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During the inauguration and induction ceremony, a communique was released and made available to newsmen. The below is the communique issued after the meeting:
The permanent secretary, Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC), Mrs Monilola Omokunmi Udoh has expressed the hope that the Anti-corruption and Transparency Unit (ATCU) of the FCSC recently established by the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Relevant Offences Commission (ICPC), would help curb the menace of employment – and promotion – racketeering in the Commission. The permanent secretary made the remarks during the inauguration and induction ceremony of the ACTU members of the FCSC.
According to her, ”by the powers conferred on ACTU in MDAs, it will serve as third eye of ICPC in the Commission which I have no doubt, will out active surveillance on the illegalities perpetrated especially with regards to recruitment and promotion racketeering in the Commission”.
Mrs Udoh noted that in view of the fact that the current Chairman of FCSC, Dr Tukur Bello Ingawa Nmi was a one time secretary of ICPC, they can not afford not to accord ACTU maximum support.
“I therefore wish to assure ICPC of my strong conviction to guarantee the Independency of ACTU in the discharge of of it’s mandate under my watch”, she replied.
The permanent secretary also declared that FCSC ACTU has come to stay and therefore appealed to all staff to give the units official the required corporation in other to perform their functions effectively.
In his good will message, Professor Bolaji Owasanoye, SAN admonished the inductees not to use their office to witch-hunt or victimize anyone. Rather they should operate within the scope of their mandate.
The chairman therefore called on the ACTU members to serve as the in-house check mechanism for FCSC.
The highlights of the event was the Administration of oath of office on unit members.