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An Anti-Corruption Commission Is Set To Be Launched In Lagos – Sanwo-Olu

Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu

Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu

The Lagos State Government is set to establish an Anti-Corruption Commission.

This is coming after Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu recently signed the Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission Bill 2021 into law.

According to him, the move will deepen the culture of accountability and transparency in the expenditure of appropriated public funds, so it is compulsory.

He added that with the legislation put in place, the anti-corruption commission, which would be formally set up in the coming days, has been backed by the instrument of law.

His words, ”The bill establishing Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission is an important legislation critical to the delivery of quality services to the citizens.”

”When we came in, we had said we would be accountable and responsible in the appropriation of the state’s resources.”

“We want to stand in front of the citizens to give account on how public funds are being spent.”

“To give credence to this promise, the executive arm initiated the bill and sent to the Assembly for approval.”

“We believe that this law would ensure accountability of public funds, responsibility of public office, it will also promote dialogue among public officers to keep the trust of the people in the discharge of their duties in line with transparency.”

”The anti-corruption commission will ensure that all approved activities are implemented in accordance with budgetary allocation.”


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