We are going nowhere, says embattled chairman of the Code of Conduct Bureau

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The Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) has filed an injunction and an appeal against the judgement of a federal high court sitting in Abuja which declared that the five year tenure of the chairman and nine other members of the bureau have expired since April 2015.

In a statement, the CCB Head of press and public relations, Idris Mohammed said the chairman, Mr Sam Saba and the affected members of staff of the bureau are still carrying out duties as legimate employees of the bureau pending the determination of the appeal.

According to the statement, all functions of the CCB remain uninterrupted in its headquarters and state offices nationwide.

The statement urges members of the public to disregard reports in some media outfits to the effect that the chairman and some members of staff of the CCB have been removed by the court.

Mebeka Madu

Mebeka Madu is a news editor for ezeja and is based in Enugu.
Contact Mebeka at mebeka@ezeja.com.

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