Kogi State Governor, Ododo Signs Anti-Corruption Agency, Six Other Bills into Law

Date: 20-06-2024 6:38 pm (1 month ago) | Author: kacy lee
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Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo of Kogi State has taken a significant step in the fight against corruption by signing the Anti Corruption Agency Law.

This legislation, enacted in the Executive Chambers of the Kogi State Government House, aims to bolster the state's ability to prevent, investigate, and prosecute corruption cases.

The law is expected to enhance transparency and accountability within the state, reflecting a firm commitment to good governance and the rule of law.

“We have given legal teeth to the Agency to be able to bite corruption. This is a clear statement by my administration that we will attack corrupt practices and make it impossible for corruption to thrive.

“All lovers of development will frown at corruption. We won’t allow corrupt practices. I will give all necessary support to the agency to perform its duties judiciously,”
he said.


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