NCPC will not compromise on ethical standards, says Pam


The Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev. Yakubu Pam has said that the commission will not compromise its principles on ethical standards, noting that Christians are the light and salt of the world.
Pam stated this at a workshop organised for the staff of the commission organised in collaboration  with the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) on Wednesday in Abuja, according to a statement shared on the commission’s twitter handle by  Celestine Toruka, its
Head, Media & Public Relations.
Pam stressed the need for constant updating of credible information to avoid any form of speculations, especially in this era of social media.
“We are in social media era where speculations have become the order of the day, hence there is need for constant updating of information so that no one is found wanting.
“NCPC will continue to ensure that all staff show high level of morality”, he said.
He added that the NCPC will continue to strive to be a leading agency in complying with asset declaration principleas prescribed by law.
He said the commission will  collaborate with the CCB in promoting ethical standards.
In his remarks, the representative of the Chairman of the Board of the  CCB, Prof. Samuel Ogundare,  thanked the NCPC Executive Secretary for supporting the Bureau.
He commended  the NCPC for its  ethical contributions to national development.
The first phase of the collaborative workshop was attended by 30 staff of the NCPC, drawn from different departments, units and zonal offices.
The workshop was focused on the strict compliance with asset declaration and code of conduct for staff of the NCPC


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