The Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB has threatened to sanction any public officers who failed to comply with 14 codes of conduct of high level of morality and accountability in the discharge of their duty
CCB Chairman Mohammed Isah gave the caution at an awareness workshop on the code of conduct for senior public officers of the National Bureau of Statistics in Abuja aimed to enlighten the senior officers for improved productivity.
He also advised the participants to discharge their duties effectively, efficiently and with high level of integrity.
The Bureau’s Chairman who was represented by Federal Commissioner in the Bureau, Samuel Ogundare, stressed that it was important to bring to the notice of public officers that they were expected to abide by 14 codes of conduct, adding that sanctions awaited those who failed to comply with them.
Also, Statistician-General of the Federation and Chief Executive Officer of the Bureau Simon Harry, urged the participants to abide by the Code of Conduct for public officers. He noted that public officers declaring their assets will help in rising of standards and accountability in the public service.