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13 Nov 2020
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22 Aug 2020
Group calls on ICPC to investigate Obaseki for alleged secret dealings
24 Nov 2019
Swedish gov't to partner ICPC, BSPR, Accountability Lab to fight corruption
5 Feb 2019
Buhari swears in 27-year-old lawyer as ICPC board member.
31 Jan 2019
ICPC partners secondary schools to build corrupt free generation.
25 Oct 2018
Maimuna Aliyu, the mother of Maryam Sanda has been arrested by operatives of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).
4 Sep 2018
The National Gallery of Arts has set up its Anti-corruption Unit, in compliance with the Federal Government, through the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC.
1 Jul 2018
The first witness brought by the ICPC to testify in the ongoing trial of the Suspended Director General (DG) of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mounir Gwarzo, has told the court that Mr. Gwarzo qualifies for severance benefit according to the resolution of the commission's board
19 Jul 2017
ICPC tasks state governments on integrity, transparency and accountability.
12 Jul 2017
ICPC embarks on corruption risk assessment advocacy.

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