Anti-Corruption and Transparency Monitoring Unit


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The Anti-Corruption and Transparency Monitoring Unit (ACTU), FUTO was inaugurated in March, 2007 by the 5th substantive Vice-Chancellor, Prof C.O. E Ownwuliri. This was sequel to the approval for the establishment of ACTU in Ministries, Departments and Agencies vide Federal Government’s circular, Ref. No OHCSF/MSO/192/94 dated 2nd October, 2001 and another Government circular Ref. No OE/MS/MSO/169/S.1/7 dated April 16, 2003 respectively. However, in line with section 2 of the same standing order, ICPC officially ratified and confirmed the appointment of the members with effect from May 5th, 2009 when the oath of office was administered to the members by ICPC

Engr Prof C. I. Ijioma was appointed the pioneer Chairman of ACTU in FUTO by Prof. C. C. Ownwuliri. Under his auspices, the unit was firmly rooted and structured to corroborate the efforts of the Federal Government of Nigeria in stamping out corruption in institutions of government.

By the year 2012, Prof N. J. Okeudo was appointed to succeed Engr. Prof. C. I. Ijioma by the 6th substantive Vice -Chancellor, Prof C.C. Asiabaka following his retirement. The period witnessed quantum leap in sensitization as replete avenues and windows were made available to staff and students for complaints and information. This was crowned with a resounding public lecture by Archbishop A. J. V. Obinna to put the fight against corruptions on course.

Following the elevation of Prof. N. J. Okeudo to the position of Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic, by the 7th Substantive Vice-Chancellor, Prof. F. C. Eze, Professor Florentus Nwabugo Nnadi was appointed to head ACTU FUTO on October 15, 2018. As an Extensionist, he brought his wealth of experience to bear on the unit with the advancement of the frontiers of sensitization, making robust and cordial the link between ICPC office and ACTU, FUTO, harmonizing the activities of the Students Anti-Corruption Vanguard (SAV) and discreetly investigating and nipping in the bud some activities that could degenerate into corruption by staff and students.


In order to avoid or minimize conflicts arising from overlap of functions with the existing appropriate authorities responsible for enforcing discipline in each establishment, the following categories of Misconduct should be appropriately handled by the Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit:

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