Kano anti graft agency to adopt corruption tracker system: Official
The Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission (PCACC) in Kano says it will adopt Corruption Tracker System (CTS) to tackle corruption in the state.
Chairman of the commission, Balarabe Mahmoud, stated this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Kano.
The CTS is designed to keep track of publicly available information on presumed or confirmed cases of corruption, to increase accountability and responsiveness in the fight against corruption.
It comprises of a website and an electronic archive designed to promote culture of accountability, good governance and democracy in the society.
Mr Mahmoud stated that the commission was working with development partners to fast track implementation of the CTS in the state.According to him, the system will ease the agency’s work in tackling corruption in the state.
Mr Mahmoud reiterated the state government commitment to tackle corruption and other social vices, adding that the anti graft body enjoyed good working relationship with the EFCC, ICPC, police, judiciary and other sister agencies.The chairman urged Nigerians and the media to join the anti-corruption crusade of the commission by reporting suspected cases of corruption.
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