ICPC assures NACTAL of collaboration to end illegal migration and sexual abuse

By Okey Muogbo

The Independent Corrupt Practices (Prohibition) Commission (ICPC) has pledged to collabotate with the Network of Civil Society Organisations Against Child Trafficking, Abuse and Labour (NACTAL).

Chairman of the Commission, Prof. Bolaji Owasonoye made the pledge when he recieved NACTAL President, Abdulganiyu Abubakar who led a delegation on a courtesy call on the anti-graft Commission boss on Wednesday in Abuja.

Prof Owasonoye said his Commission was interested in the areas of Migration and Sexual Harassment which according to him, ICPC is currently working assidously on.

He equally commended the present NACTAL Team and assured that the Commission will partner with the Network

The delegation had sought co-ooeration with ICPC in the areas of training, joint activities on transparency and accountability in the management of migration resources as well as informing the ICPC leadership about efforts made by the present NACTAL administration for Continues regional, continental and global visibility.

The NACTAL President was accompanied during the visit by Mrs. Veronica K. Umaru, a BOT member and Mrs Imaobong Ladipo Sanusi, the North Central Zonal Cordinator.

Highlight of the outing was a presentation of NACTAL 5 years Strategic Plan, Profile, Workpkan, customised presents and card for Prof Owasonoye’ s recent birthday.

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