ACTU Help to Foster a Culture of Integrity and Compliance with Ethical Standards

The Niger State office of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has re-inaugurated the Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit (ACTU) at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, to strengthen integrity and accountability in academic institutions.

At the ceremony, the Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner (RACC), Mr. Alexander Chukwurah, fsi who represented the Hon. Chairman, emphasized the crucial role of ACTU in promoting ethical standards in Nigeria’s academic community.

He stressed the importance of proactive measures in preventing corruption and commended the university for its commitment to transparency.

Mr. Chukwurah urged the newly appointed ACTU members to perform their duties with diligence, impartiality and adherence to due process, emphasizing the value of teamwork and professionalism in upholding transparency and accountability.

In his response, the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Farouq Adamu Kuta lauded the ICPC’s efforts in fighting corruption and reaffirmed the university’s commitment to maintaining high ethical standards.

He expressed appreciation for the Commission’s initiatives in strengthening anti-corruption mechanisms and pledged the school’s full support to the newly inaugurated ACTU members, led by Prof. Kasim Isah, who took the oath of allegiance administered by ICPC’s Barrister Muhammad Ya’u.