While not recounting all that has happened in the past one year with regards to the Anti-Corruption crusade by the President Yar Adua Administration, do we consider the activities of the Anti-Corruption agencies to be more vibrant, compared to what we witnessed in the last democratic dispensation? Has our image fared better in the international scene with regards to our seriousness in fighting Corruption?
Membership involves organisations publicly signing to the CBi, affirming to the domestic and international community, their commitment to the values and standards encapsulated by the Convention. The main task of member businesses and organisations is to align their processes with the values of the convention. The factors evaluated include:
Systems of values (corporate policy and principles)
Degrees of transparency (compliance with the duty to disclose information)
Processes (such as internal audits) and measurable success.
Signatories are expected to review these evaluations from time to time, ensuring that the views of external parties such as shareholders, vendors and customers are heard, in addition to those of management and staff.
Please download the documentation on membership. It contains the
Declaration of Principles
Code of Business Integrity and
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this process.