FAAN boss urges staff to shun corruption, uphold high ethical…as ICPC inaugurates FAAN ACTU

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The Managing Director, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, Captain Rabiu Yadudu says corruption constitutes an unusual and extra ordinary threat to national security and socio-economic development of Nigeria.

He stated this at the inauguration/induction of members of FAAN Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit (ACTU) by the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) today in Lagos.


While commending the efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari led administration at curbing the menace of corruption and its attendant effects in Nigeria, Captain Yadudu emphasised that FAAN as an organization under the Federal Ministry of Aviation had taken steps in ensuring the implementation of various anti-corruption measures one of which is the ACTU that is being inaugurated.

Induction of members of FAAN ACTU


Assuring the Chairman ICPC of Management’s commitment towards the success of the Unit, he charged members  of the Unit to be of exemplary conduct and maintain personal integrity at all times in the discharge of their duties.


The Minister of Aviation, Chairman ICPC and Head of Civil Service of the Federation, in their goodwill messages urged the newly inaugurated team to always be of high ethical standards and show leadership by being above board in their daily conduct.

The event, which was well attended by stakeholders in the industry climaxed with the inauguration of the newly inducted  FAAN ACTU members had three paper presentations by officials of ICPC, which harped on ACTU as a tool for fighting corruption.

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