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The Secretary

The Acting Secretary, CCB , Mrs. Abiodun Folasade Kolawole

A consummate professional with about 29 years cognitive experience in the Public Service, Mrs. Abiodun Folasade Kolawole attended St Clare’s Grammar School and Ansar-ud-Deen College, both in Offa - Kwara State before proceeding to the Kwara State College of Technology, School of Basic Studies,  Ilorin for her G.C.E "A" Level  Certificate.  She bagged a Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Economics from the Ahmadu Bello University and University of Abuja respectively. In addition, she obtained a Post Graduate Certificate in Corruption Studies from the School of Continuing Education, University of Hong Kong.
Her working experience began after her NYSC service year in 1984,  when she joined the Kwara State Teaching Service as a Master II ; a Secondary School Teacher on Grade Level 08 and rose to the position of Master I on Grade Level 09 . In 1989, she was absorbed on transfer of service in the Presidency, Code of Conduct Bureau as a Senior Finance Officer on Grade Level 10, in the then Finance and Supplies Department and has over the years risen to   the position of a Director on Grade Level 17.
In the Internal postings within the Bureau, Mrs Kolawole left the Finance and Supplies Department to the Personnel Management Department (now Human Resources Management Department) as Principal Personnel Officer on Grade Level 12 in 1992 where she served for many years and rose to Chief Administrative Officer on Grade Level 14.
In October 2000, she was posted to the Department of Assets Declaration and in May, 2002, as an Assistant Director, she was moved again to the Department of Education and Advisory Services where she was until 2007 when as a Deputy Director she was posted to the Department of Investigations and Monitoring. In that Department, she served as a Secretary to the Petitions Screening Committee; a body charged with the responsibility of deliberating on cases of breach / non compliance of the code of conduct Act. 
In 2010, Mrs Kolawole was promoted to the position of a Director and deployed to the Department of Education and Advisory Services until 2012 when with yet another deployment, she was appointed the Director in the Department of Federal Public Services; an arm of the defunct Assets Declaration Department. She was again deployed  in  June 2015 as Director Accounts and Finance untill she was  appointed Ag. Secretary in July 2015.
 Often described as firm yet fair, Mrs. Kolawole has been a member of the following Statutory and Ad-hoc Committees;    
Member, Junior Staff Committee (JSC) Headquarters
Chairman, Inspection Team on Maintenance of Office / Residential Quarters and Equipment 1993
Disciplinary / Investigative Panel on alleged act of receiving bribe in 1992
Committee of enquiry on "Missing Files", authentication of Certificates and Credentials and Proper placement of certain officers or otherwise in 1993
Investigative Panel on missing carburettor of an official vehicle in 1993
Investigative Panel on the fire incidence  at the main Stores of the Bureau at No. 24, Haile Selassie Street, Asokoro in 2007 to mention a few;  being testament to her qualities as an expert within her professional field.
Member, National Productivity Merit Award Committee
Member, Ministerial Training Committee
Member, Ministerial Tenders Board
Member, Senior Staff Committee
One of the highlights of her career is the numerous paper presentations / sensitization / enlightenment on the mandate of the CCB she has been privileged to give across Ministries, Departments and Agencies which has given her an insight into some of the challenges facing the service at both the state and federal level.

Apart from presentation of papers at public fora, Mrs. Kolawole has been fortunate to attend Conferences, Seminars and Workshops both locally and in other countries. 
Mrs Kolawole having worked in the CCB for almost 30 years is an ardent believer in the fight against corruption; that fight against corruption is a collective responsibility of all Nigerians and not just the Anti-Corruption Agencies and a zero corruption is possible when all hands are on deck.

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Codes of Coduct

Code 1 - Conflict of Interest

Conflict of Interest - A public officer shall not put himself in a position where his personal interest conflicts with his duties and responsibilities.

Code 2 - Restriction on Specified Officers

Restriction on Specified Officers - A public officer shall not:
(a) receive or be paid the emoluments of any public office at the same time as he receives or is paid emoluments of any other public office; or
(b) except where he is not employed on full time basis, engage or participate in the management or running of any private business, profession or trade; but nothing in this sub-paragraph shall prevent a public officer from engaging in farming.

Code 3 - Prohibition of Foreign Accounts

Prohibition of Foreign Accounts - The President, Vice President, Governor, Deputy Governor, Ministers of the Government of the Federation and Commissioners of the Governments of the States, members of the National Assembly and the Houses of Assembly of the States, and such other public officers or persons as the National Assembly may by law prescribe shall not maintain or operate a bank account in any country outside Nigeria.

Codes 4 - 14

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