By Maryam Aminu
The Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, PACAC, has disclosed its readiness for a virtual Stakeholders Dialogue On Effective, Sustainable Strategies For Curbing Retail Corruption on the 27th July 2021 by 11.00 am-1.00 pm.
Aghogho Agbahor, the
PACAC, made this known to journalists in Abuja via a press release.
According to Aghogho, he said, Anti-corruption is a pivotal part of the President Buhari administration’s agenda since its first inauguration in 2015.
“The government has demonstrated unreserved commitment in combating corruption and financial crimes through several strategic interventions and reforms which have yielded considerable success. Recently, the government has observed the rate of retail corruption in some sectors of the economy and its impact on ordinary citizens.
“PACAC is organizing a One-day Virtual Stakeholders Dialogue on Effective and Sustainable Strategies for Curbing Retail Corruption. The dialogue will reflect on several issues such as factors that encourage retail corruption, dynamics of retail corruption, challenges in curbing it sustainably to promote the government’s anti-corruption gains. Details of the event are as follows”, he added.