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Code Of Conduct Form Is Compulsory For Public Officers – Director

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The state director, Code of Conduct Bureau in the Federal Capital
Territory (FCT), Mr. Usman Suleiman, has stated that it is mandatory
for all public officers, whether elected or appointed, to collect and
sign the code of conduct form.

Speaking during a meeting with staff of Area Council Services
Secretariat (ACSS) in the Federal Capital Territory Administration
(FCTA), Suleiman cautioned them to declare only those assets they
actually own at the time of filling the form, which according to him,
is the requirement of the law.

While thanking the secretariat for a warm reception, the director
re-emphasised that Code of Conduct is about tackling corruption and
ensuring accountability in public service.

Earlier, the secretary, ACSS, Mallam Adamu Abubakar Bappah, had
appealed to staff of the secretariat to fill the forms as required
by the Code of Conduct Bureau act.

Bappah commended the state director of the bureau for the visit and
promised that the secretariat would partner with FCT Code of Conduct
Bureau, to ensure that staff fill the forms and resubmit them.



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