As part of efforts to sanitise the pension system under the old Defined Benefits Scheme, the Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate has said that it will soon introduce an anti-corruption programme.
According to information obtained by The PUNCH correspondent, the programme will be guided by best practices, which include a code of conduct and an anti-bribery and corruption policy.
“The aforesaid policies have been drafted and will be launched once they have been appropriately approved,” the PTAD stated.
The PUNCH, May 31, 2018
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