The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation has bagged the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission 2023 Ethics and Integrity Compliance scorecard for Ministries, Department and Agencies.
Director, Communication and Public Affairs Department of NDIC, Bashir Nuhu, said this in a statement in Abuja on Sunday.
Mr Nuhu said that the assessment encompassed the measurement and monitoring of key performance indicators in categories such as management culture and structure, financial management and administrative systems.
Mr Nuhu said that the corporation excelled with a score of 91.30 per cent at the EIC which involved 404 MDAs.
He said, “The EICS report emphasises the ICPC’s commitment to mitigating abuse of office and corruption by promoting ethics and integrity benchmarks within government agencies, ultimately contributing to more effective service delivery.
“These achievements have been possible due to the corporation’s effective and ethical operational procedures aimed at instilling transparency and accountability.’’
Mr Nuhu said the corporation remained dedicated to ensuring the safety of deposits and contributing to the stability of the country’s financial system.