Kano Govt Launches Anti-Corruption Documents, Commissions Institute

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Updated December 11, 2020
Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje


Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje has assured that his administration will continue to support the State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission in its fight against corruption in all ramifications.

He disclosed this on Wednesday at a ceremony to commemorate the 2020 International Anti Corruption Day, Public presentation of Anti Corruption Strategy Documents, and Commissioning of Kano Anti Corruption Institute held at the Kano Anti Corruption Institute.

Represented by his Deputy Dr.Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna, the Governor said they are commemorating the 2020 International Anti Corruption Day with activities that will augment the effort put in place since the inception of their administration towards the control of corruption which remains cancer militating against the socio-economic development of Nigeria.

“Part of the activities we embarked includes the recent commissioned Anti-Corruption Institute which was established to assist in training the staff of Kano State Public Complaints Commission and also to educate the public and civil servants on the menace of anti-corruption, this is in addition to the new anti-corruption strategy documents produced with the aim of prevention of corruption, public engagement and ethical reorientation, enforcement and sanctions, recovery, and management of the proceed of corruption and allied offences for its utilisation by all stakeholders in the fight against corruption in the State Ganduje said”.

He however highlighted that his administration had subscribed to Open Government Partnership and even signed the only Executive Order in the country’s OGP family in order to ensure openness and transparency in government business.