ICPC accused Nigerian banks of assisting corrupt officials
The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has accused some Nigerians banks of assisting corrupt officials by providing services that help Criminal acts.
The ICPC stated this in a press release by the Spokesperson of the Commission, Raheedat Okoduwa.
According to the ICPC, the enforcement of the clampdown on the corrupt people that undermined the ethics of banking industry was in full force.
The Statement reads
“The ICPC chairman has pledged the commission’s commitment to working together with financial institutions in order to rid them of corrupt elements. The chairman expressed concerns at the complicity of a few of Nigeria’s financial services industry in the ruination of the country, stating that one bad apple can ruin the entire bunch,
“He described how some financial institutions condone unethical conducts by opening accounts for criminals and how they use innuendos to make suggestions of criminality to lure customers. He also pointed out that unethical investors undermine the ethics of the industry, and promised to deal decisively with the likes of them who infringe the law,”