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False assets declaration: CCB arraigns 33 civil servants tomorrow

By Vivian Okejeme

Abuja

The Code of Conduct Bureau, will tomorrow, arraign before the Code of Conduct Tribunal two directors and 31 other civil servants on charges of false assets declaration.
The charges filed through the office of the Attorney-General of Federation (AGF), is bordering on breach of codes of conduct of public officers.
Head of Press Unit of the CCT, Mr. Ibraheem Al-Hassan, said in a statement that the defendants to be arraigned are senior federal civil servants from the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Federal Ministry of Environment, the Nigeria Geological Survey and National Orientation Agency.
“The alleged charges against the officers are of different degrees, but all border on assets declaration breaches, as filed by the CCB through the office of Attorney General of the Federation.”

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