A statement from Director of press at the ministry, signed by Olatunji John, said the present administration placed high premium on the fight against corruption and has enjoined Government Agencies, Private Sector, Non-governmental Organisations to join forces to fight the age-long menace hindering sustainable developmental goals and projects.
We can’t end corruption without synergy a�� MinistryFebruary 14th, 2018
The Ministry of Power, Workers and Housing has identified cooperation among its stakeholders as the only alternative that could support the present administrationa��s fight against corruption.
The ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Alhaji Mohammed Bukar, stated this at the sensitisation workshop on the dangers of corruption on the economy, heldA�TuesdayA�in Abuja.
He said corruption was killing the economy of the country and there was the need for all stakeholders to collaborate on overcoming the menace.
According to him, the ministry through its Anti-Corruption Unit (ACTU) organised the programme to create more awareness to the directors to ensure the sustainability of the country.
The permanent secretary, who was represented by Director Human Resource Management, Mrs Morayo Alimi, said the event was to assist in bringing together directors of all cadres on how better to key into the fight.
a�?We can never stop talking about anti-corruption judging by the posture of the present administration which has zero tolerance for corruption.a��a��
She said: a�?To keep sensitising people about it will help them internalise the concept and as such, cause a shift to a service free of corruptiona�?.a��a��.
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