The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission has been rated high in strategic management approach amongst all law enforcement agencies in Nigeria; stressing that ICPC was consistent in developing and implementing strategic plans in the delivery of its statutory functions.

The Programme Manager of a development partner – the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Nigeria (ROLaC), Dr. Emmanuel Uche, who stated this during a training session, recently organised in Abuja for the ICPC Senior Management; emphasising that the result-oriented activities designed in line with 2024-2028 strategic plans was commendable.
In his opening remarks during the training, the Chairman of ICPC, Dr Musa Adamu Aliyu, SAN, appreciated and thanked ROLaC’s intervention and partnership, which had helped ICPC in the achievements of key objectives over the years.
The Acting Director of Planning Research and Statistics of ICPC, Mr. Oche Godwin, who presented an Overview of the ICPC Strategic Plan 2024-2028, said that the Commission had developed additional strategies around the policy thrust of the current Chairman Dr Aliyu.
According to Mr Godwin added that “ICPC has improved and made adjustments to the previous executed strategic plan with a view to improving performance in the current strategic plan under review.”
In the same vein, Mr. Joseph Odey of the Monitoring & Evaluation of ROLaC posited that for a strategic action plan to be feasible, external measurement skills should also be put into consideration rather than just internal.
Mr Odey added “The duration of Strategic Action Plan could potentially be reduced to 3 years, while still achieving some level of reform and development within that timeframe”.
Also in attendance at the training was the Technical Advisor to the Hon Chairman of the Commission, Mr. Abdulsalaam Badamasi who stressed on the need for the participants to prioritise coming up with systems to ensure a seamless process going forward.
Other areas were exhaustive discussions by participants held during the session were – Managing for Results: Making the Strategy Work and Achieving Impact through Performance Reporting.
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