Soji Apampa, the co-founder and CEO of the Integrity Organization, appeared on a recent episode of the Step Up Nigeria Podcast to talk about collective action against corruption in the business/private sector of Nigeria.
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Integrity is looking for a researcher to establish current patterns in the coverage, frequency and declaration process to the Code of Conduct Bureau
The Integrity organization, as part of its mandate to develops sustainable strategies for citizen involvement with government in the public and civil society sectors, held a 2-day training on ‘Enhancing Citizens Capacities for Good Governance’, from the 12th – 13th of December 2019.
The fifth edition of Regulatory Conversations (RC 5.0) series, themed “National Integrity Barometer: A Roadmap for 2020” took place on the 10th of December 2019. It addressed the various private-led integrity interventions in the systems and institutions in the Nation as well as provided the platform to discuss the effectiveness of the interventions.
The planned launch of the National Integrity Barometer 2020, will change the corruption perception that Nigeria has had to grapple with over the last few decades.
CBI Board Member, Mrs. Toki Mabogunje Elected as President of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI)
Mrs. Toki Mabogunje, who serves as a director on the board of the Integrity Organization/Convention on Business Integrity for several years, was elected as the president of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) during their 131st annual general meeting which held on the 5th of December 2019.
As part of its advocacy for deepening the capacity and scale of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, MSMEs, in Nigeria the Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) in collaboration with Action Aid and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), hosted the formal unveiling of the “Ethics Quite Easily Demonstrated” platform in Lagos.
The Ethics 1st program of the US Centre for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and the Business Integrity Initiative of the UK Government seek to put businesses from the US and the UK in touch with companies in Africa (and elsewhere) that are certified as anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliant. 230,000+ UK SMEs need clean business partners and intermediaries. Is this a business opportunity for your country?
The Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) in collaboration with Action Aid, Business Day, NESG, LCCI and Proshare will on December 10th, 2019 host the Regulatory Conversations 5.0 – a public-private sector dialogues aimed at promoting good corporate governance, integrity and sound practices in efforts to grow and diversify Nigeria’s economy.
The Convention on Business Integrity, CBi, called on operators and stakeholders at the Eastern ports and terminal axis, to engage the Port Service Support Portal, PSSP, domiciled in the Nigeria Shippers Council but designed to drive efficiency and accountability in the sector.