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Code of Conduct Bureau urges outgoing political office holders to declare assets

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The Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB, in Kano State has reminded all outgoing elected and appointed political office holders to declare their assets at the end of their tenure.

This is contained in a statement signed by the CCB state Director, Umar Saulawa and made available to newsmen in Kano on Saturday.

He said there was a need for the affected political office holders to declare their assets in line with the provision of the 1999 constitution as amended.

“We want to remind all the outgoing elected and appointed political office holders in the state to come forward to the Bureau’s office to collect their assets declaration form,” he said.

He said failure to comply with the directive amounts to the breach of the law and attracts necessary sanctions against defaulting public officers.


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