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Tinubu files not missing at Code of Conduct – CCB Official

By Damilola Adeyemo

ABUJA – The special assistant to the Chairman of the Code of Conduct Bureau, Mustapha Musa, has said that there were no files missing at the Bureau.

He spoke at the 23rd anti-corruption situation room by HEDA Resource Centre that was held in Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital territory.

He said, “There are no missing files at the CCB”- Mustapha Musa, Special Assistant to the Chairman, Code of Conduct Bureau, at @HEDAgenda‘s 23rd Anti-Corruption Situation Room

The 23rd anti-corruption situation room with the theme: the State of Anti-Corruption in Nigeria – Assessing 2020 and setting Agenda for 2021, and Assessing Key Developments in Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Regime; Focusing on the Proceeds of Crime Discovery and Management Bill.

HEDA, a non governmental organization has been agenda for the fight against corruption in Nigeria.

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