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In
a bid to have its commission becoming compliance with president Buhari’s  crusade against corruption, the police service commission (PSC) said it will
begin staff verification exercise any moment from now.

In
a statement signed by its head, press and public relations, ikechukwu Ani and
that which was obtained by Urban Express-News online said the commission will
partner with the nation’s anti-corruption agencies to fight corruption and
ensure that corruption and corrupt tendencies are eliminated in the country.


He
said the commission’s permanent secretary, Nebeolisa Anako made this disclosure
in Abuja on Thursday, March 2020 at the inauguration and induction ceremony of
the anti-corruption and transparency unit (ACTU)  of the commission.

Ani
was quoted as saying the permanent secretary, Mr. Anako noted that the commission has the constitutional powers of oversight on the Nigeria police
force which include disciplinary control of officers of the force except the
inspector general police, adding that ineffectively discharging this onerous
assignment, the commission must exhibit a high level of transparency.

“We
are on this same page with ICPC, EFCC and other anti-corruption agencies and
will continue to partner with them to ensure that the nation is saved from the
ills of corruption”.

“The commission will soon start an in-house cleansing with staff verification  exercise so as to properly position its power for greater efficiency”

“The
anti-corruption and transparency unit of the commission will be involved in the
excise to ensure a very credible exercise”

He
said the permanent secretary, promised to support and empowers the unit within
the scarce resources of the commission and noted that its doors will always be
open for members of the unit.

“Government’s
determination to curb corrupt practices at every level led to the ministerial
establishment of anti-corruption and transparency monitoring unit in all
ministries Department and Agencies with the statutory duties to identify,
monitor and manage risk to organizational integrity system, monitor budget
implementation in MDA’s monitors and oversee compliance with certain
categories of public service rules such as suppression  of records, embezzlement and dishonesty”

The spokesman said Anako enjoined every staff to shun corruption, corrupt
practices and support ACTU in its work.

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