- There is ongoing trouble with some key principals over some management issues at the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB)
- This follows failure of the federal commissioners and board chairman, Prof. Mohammed Isah, to agree on some issues
- Several allegations were levelled against the board chairman and he has come out to deny everything
The Federal Commissioners of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) and Board Chairman, Prof. Mohammed Isah, are divided over management issues.
The commissioners had written a petition, dated August 29, 2022, to President Muhammadu Buhari, through the Secretary of the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha.
They are Dr. Emmanuel Attah, Prof. Samuel Ogundare, Ehiozuwa Agbonayinma, Dr. Olayinka Balogun (a retired CP), and Barr. Ben Umeano.
The officials accused Isah of corruption, high-handedness, and transfer of staff without reference to the board, in contravention of extant provisions.
But some insiders said the allegations were not the true position of things, adding that there may be some untold scores that are yet to be settled.
They also contend that the portrayal of the chairman as a sole administrator was unfair and an outright misrepresentation.
It was gathered that one of the issues the commissioners raised was the engagement of a Special Adviser (to Isah) from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
The source said the official was seconded by the CBN Governor, the same way staff of the Department of State Services (DSS), Accountant General of the Federation’s office, among others, were sent.
On the N60million allegedly diverted by Isah, another source said the case of money in question happened in 2017 before he assumed office.
The controversy, which was about the remittance of cooperative society money, then led to a crisis among the leadership.
Buhari, Sadiya earns praises over Akwa Ibom NPower program in Southern Atlantic Polytechnic
Meanwhile, the minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hon. Sadiya Umar has been lauded by the management of Southern Atlantic Polytechnic, Uyo, Akwa Ibom state for approving the institution as a training Center for the 2022 N-power program on animations and script writing.
The founder of the institution Pastor Bassey James who commended Sadiya said Akwa Ibom really appreciated the gesture of the minister who deemed it worthy of the school to host the program.
Bassey James also assured the minister that the institution would provide necessary amenities that will give comfort to the participants throughout their stay for the program.