Mohammed, who disclosed this on Thursday in Abuja at the inauguration of assets declaration committees of the bureau, said that the portal would reduce the stress of manual filling and compilation of forms.
“One of the task we undertook when we came into office in the last two years is to see how we can digitize and automate the bureau’s services and operations.
“By the grace of God, we have been able to make it and we are on the last lapse of our journey towards that.
“We have all the softwares that we need to do that. If you visit our website, you can be able to log into our assets declaration portal.
“We will be having a symbolic launch of that portal on December 9, 2020, which is the International Anti-corruption day,” he said.
Short Link: https://wp.me/pcj2iU-3xaV
- FG travels to verify bragging, extortion by passport officers
- Banditry: Buhari meets 7 Governments of N / West, N / Central
- Restlessness: NEC affirms Nigeria’s unity
- The FG declares its readiness to support women farmers in MSMEs
- NEC provides update on railway infrastructure development
- 50 first-class graduates get TESCOM jobs in Kwara
- Group to plant 10,000 trees in FCT
- Death of Deby: AU must find a solution to Chad’s problems – FG
- FCTA identifies SMEs as panacea for economic growth