ICPC Encourages NIS Staff to Uphold the Values of Discipline, Transparency for Improved Service Delivery

Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Adamawa State Office, Barrister George J. Lawal, has encouraged staff of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Adamawa State Command touphold the values of discipline and transparency, which are tools for improved service delivery.

Barrister Lawal, who stated this during the sensitisation programme initiated by NIS Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit in partnership with ICPC, aimed at providing strategies in mitigating corruption and improving service delivery, reiterated the need for NIS officers to understand their roles as they are the face of the Service..

The Comptroller of Immigration, Adamawa State Command, Mr. Ibrahim Mohammed, in his remarks, justified the need for NIS staff to shun corruption, serve with dedication and loyalty; while giving quality service to the public.

Mr. Muhammed further said “To mitigate corruption and improve service delivery to the public, the use of technology in carrying out task and display of personal integrity and transparency in the performance of assigned duties are necessary”.

There were 200 hundred participants comprising officers and men of Nigeria Immigration service, ICPC and other invited guests.