Anti-Corruption Unit of the Nomadic Education Commission Inaugurated, as ICPC Calls for Robust Collaboration

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has inaugurated the Anti-Corruption Transparency Unit (ACTU) of the National Commission for Nomadic Education (NCNE) in Kaduna State; calling for robust collaboration with the Commission to achieve the goal of fostering corruption-free public service.

The inaugural ceremony, held recently, saw the induction of five members into the Unit by the Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner of Kaduna State, Prince Hassan Mohammed, represented by the Head of System Study and Review Unit, Assistant Commissioner Habib Kwalam.

In his address, Prince Mohammed commended the management and further encouraged the newly inaugurated ACTU members to exhibit integrity in the execution of their new assignments; describing the inauguration as a significant stride in promoting transparency in the discharge of their functions.

“The establishment of the ACTU is a testament to our collective resolve to eradicate corruption and promote transparency within the working system. We must therefore work together to create a culture of integrity and accountability.” Mohammed stated. “

Executive Secretary of the NCNE, Professor Bashir H. Usman, represented by Dr. Abdu Umar Ardo, reiterated the Nomadic Commission’s unwavering support for the ACTU; emphasizing the importance of understanding the far-reaching impacts of corruption on society and the necessity of collective action to curb it.

Mrs. Theresa Okpanachi, the ACTU Chairperson of the NCNE, pledged to diligently fulfill her duties; stressing to take on this responsibility and be committed to working tirelessly in promoting transparency and combating corruption within our Commission.

The inauguration of the ACTU at the National Commission for Nomadic Education marks a pivotal step in the ongoing efforts to foster a culture of integrity and accountability across Nigeria.