Atinuke Nukay Tokura/TnTv Network
The Director General and Chief Information Technology Officer of Nigeria, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami has called on the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) to computerize the nation’s Asset Declaration Process in order to save time, resources, manpower, preserve the integrity of the information and bring about efficiency in service delivery.
Dr Pantami made this call while making a presentation during the CCB Management Retreat ongoing in NAF Conference Centre, Abuja. The DG further emphasised on the importance of digitizing the process, Dr Pantami said that maintaining it is possible and achievable, and by doing so, “you will leave a legacy in the Institution and Nigeria at large”, he added.
The Director General pledged the Agency’s willingness to support, advice, and supervise the process, stating that the implementation of Treasury Single Account (TSA) by the Federal Government has saved over 20Billion Naira monthly, and reduced the number of accounts from 2000 in the past to a single account today.