FG sets up 17-man anti-corruption strategy monitoring, evaluation panel

ABUJA—The Federal Government has constituted a 17-man committee with a mandate to monitor and evaluate the implementation of its anti-corruption strategies.

The committee, which members were drawn from various government agencies and Civil Society Organisations, was inaugurated in Abuja, yesterday, by Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami, SAN. According to the AGF, the work of the monitoring and evaluation committee on the implementation of National Anti-Corruption Strategy will cover periods spanning 2017 to 2021. Malami explained that National Anti-Corruption Strategy comprised five pillars: prevention, public engagement, ethical re-orientation, enforcement and sanction, and recovery and management of proceeds of crime. Read More

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