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CCB Departments

 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND ADVOCACY SERVICES

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - Chijioke Chukwuemeka Obi

STRUCTURE:
The Department has three (3) Divisions with divisional Head as follows:

Public Enlightenment Division:     
Head: Ejiogu Boniface

Research Division:                           
Head: Magaji, Grace (Mrs)

Advocacy Division:                        
Head:  Yahaya, Sani (Alh)

FUNCTIONS
The Department undertakes the following functions:

 

  • Promoting the cause of probity in Government by giving Annual Awards to deserving Public Servants.
  • Promoting an educational system that motivates and stimulates positive moral and social values.
  • Preparation and publication of public enlightenment papers, pamphlets, handouts and booklets for distribution to Public Officers.
  • Organizing courses and programmes for Political Office holders and Chief Executives on how to effectively carry out Government business.
  • Organizing local and national workshops and seminars on ethics and accountability in the Public Service.
  • Initiation and articulation of orientation courses for Bureau staff and other related organizations ,
  • Conducting research into ways and means of enhancing the quality of life of Public Officers responsible for citizenship and orderly society and
  • Giving of Annual Awards to deserving Public Servants

 

DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL SERVICES

STRUCTURE:
The Legal Department has one division headed by an Acting Director/Legal Adviser. It has staff strength of eight (8) Legal Officers and three (3) support staff.

FUNCTIONS

  • Prosecutes offenders before the Code of Conduct Tribunal, and defend the Bureau in all other civil actions in different courts in Nigeria.
  • Provides Legal advice and opinion to the Bureau;
  • Liaises with the Office of the Attorney–General of the Federation on matters pertaining to the Bureau’s statutory duties, and review of the Code of Conduct Bureau and Tribunal
  • Act, and matters pertaining thereto;
  • Vet Agreements, Contracts and Memoranda of Association; and
  • Performing any other functions as may be directed by the Bureau.

 

DEPARTMENT OF INTELLIGENCE, INVESTIGATION AND MONITORING (I,I&M)

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - Mohammed Abubakar Agaie

STRUCTURE:   

There are three Divisions as follows:-

Intelligence Division:                 
Head: Chijioke Chukwuemeka Obi

Investigation Division:            
Head: Madojemu Samuel Oziegbe

Monitoring Division:               
Head: Adegboye Hadiza Theresa (Mrs.)

FUNCTIONS

This Operational Department has the following functions:-

  • Gathering Intelligence reports on Public Officers; their assets and lifestyles.
  • Information gathering on personnel of the Bureau.
  • Handling all matters relating to security, screening of Public Officers for Political Appointments, National Awards, etc.
  • Receiving and investigating complaints and petitions from the public against Public Officers.
  • Monitoring all negative social trends that impede morality and accountability in the conduct of Government business.
  • Monitoring the conduct of Public Officers to ensure they conform to the Code of Conduct for Public Officers.
  • Referring all subject matters of investigation that fall outside the mandate of the Bureau to the appropriate Government Agency as may be directed.
  • Referring all cases investigated and established to the Legal Department for prosecution before the Code of Conduct Tribunal.
  • Collaborating with Anti-Corruption based Civil Society Organizations; Faith based Organizations etc. to monitor the behavior of Public Office holders in the Conduct of Government business.
  • Establishing in-situ Code of Conduct Unit in all MDA’s to assist the Bureau in monitoring the Public Officers.
  • Performs any other functions as may be directed by the Bureau.


SUB-COMMITTEES:
The Department has two standing committees as follows;-

1. The Departmental Committee which ensures that the activities of the department are properly articulated and executed.

ii. The Petition Screening Committee, deliberates upon and takes decisions on all petitions received by the Bureau.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - Omoyola Abel Kolade

STRUCTURE:   

There are three Divisions as follows:-

Finance & Accounts:            
Head: Abdulwahab Usman Mohammed

Procurement:           
Head: Nma Hussaini Usman

Budget/Funds:                 
Head: Okorocha Chibuzo Ifeanyi


FUNCTIONS

  • Provides Financial Services to the CCB
  • Prepares Annual Budget for the CCB
  • Submission and defense of the Budget at the Budget Office of the Federation and National Assembly
  • Receipt and Distribution of Funds to Expenditure Units and State Offices
  • Monitoring of Budget Performance
  • Processing of all approved payments in the CCB
  • Preparation and payment of salaries in the CCB
  • Maintaining all the necessary and statutory books of Account.
  • Prompt processing and payment of all approved personal advances
  • Prompt retirement of Advances
  • Prompt processing and payment of approved purchases and contracts
  • Collection of Contributory Pension Deductions when salaries are paid
  • Prompt rendition of Accounts of the CCB to Office of the Accountant General of the Federation.
  • Liaison with the OAGF, Budget Office of the Federation, Relevant Committees of the National assembly, CBN, FIRS and other relevant bodies for funding matters of the CCB.

 

Finance and Accounts Division

ACCOUNTS DIVISION

Salaries Section

  • Prepare and ensure prompt payment of salaries to staff
  • Ensure that all deductions made from salaries are promptly remitted to appropriate beneficiaries
  • Prepare Schedules of monthly Pension deductions to PENCOM
  • Balances the personnel cost vote book on monthly basis
  • Ensures that members of staff are properly introduced to the payroll at the beginning of each year.

 

Central Pay Office

  • Ensures payment to approved beneficiaries
  • Takes Custody of security documents
  • Remits taxes and other deductions to the appropriate authorities
  • Implements the e-payment policy of the Government by submission of mandates to banks in hard and soft copies
  • Maintains the Cash books of the CCB
  • Receipts of Federal Government revenue
  • Maintenance of cashbooks and other relevant registers
  • Liaison with the Central Bank on behalf of the CCB.


Checking Section

  • Checking to ensure that supporting documents accompany payment vouchers
  • Checking to ensure that payments are duly entered into Vote Books and that there is sufficient fund for such payments
  • Checking of payment vouchers for completeness, accuracy, correctness and compliance with the Financial Regulations and Treasury Circulars.

Advance Section

  • Ensure that advances (Motor Vehicles, spectacle, etc) granted to members of staff of the CCB are properly recorded
  • Monitors retirement of advances granted to members of staff of the CCB.
  • Renders returns of outstanding advances to the OAGF.
  • Maintains the Advances Ledger for recording of advances granted to staff
  • Process payment vouchers for all approved requests on advances/loan personal and/or non-personal, salary advances, spectacle advance, and correspondences advance, etc.
  • Final Accounts Section
  • Preparation of transcript for the office of Accountant General of the Federation
  • Preparation of monthly bank reconciliation statements
  • Rendition of the OAGF accounts to the Consolidated Accounts department.

 

Other Charges Section

  • This section controls the Overhead and Capital vote books of the Commission
  • Prepares weekly balances of various accounts sub heads
  • Ensures that appropriate liabilities are taken for contract awards
  • Raises payment vouchers for the payment of claims of staff of the CCB, Contractors, individuals, firms, Corporate Organizations and Agencies
  • Prepare expenditure returns for recurrent expenditure.

 

Final Accounts:

  • Prepares transcripts of Accounts for onward submission to office of the Accountant General of the Federation (OAGF)
  • Ensures that the accounting codes and the new Chart of Accounts (COA) are implemented
  • Provides the necessary records and materials for external auditors and OAGF to facilitate audit assignments.
  • Reconciliation Section
  • Preparation of monthly bank reconciliation statements
  • Collects statement of accounts, both personnel, overhead and Capital from banks maintained by the CCB.

 

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - Abdulrahman Ibrahim

STRUCTURE:

The Department consists of three divisions as follows:

Appointment, Promotion & Discipline (APD)
Head:    Z.I. Bulus

Staff Welfare and Manpower Development    
Head:         E.G. Achibong (Mrs)

General Administrative Division:                   
Head:  Moses Adelodun

FUNCTIONS

  • General administration and the co-ordination of personnel activities concerning employment, career advancement, welfare and the overall maintenance of discipline of staff.
  • Maintenance, security and safety of the assets of the Bureau including insurance matters; manpower planning and budgeting, staff training and development, office accommodation and equipment as well as establishment matters, pension, gratuity and variation salary administration.
  • Information and interpretation of personnel policies and circulars; staff motivation and the development of professional human capacity especially ICT, for effective and efficient service delivery.

 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT -  Agom-Tor, Ngusha

STRUCTURE

The Department has the following Divisions:

State Political Office Holders                      
Head:     Madueke O. Chinyere (mrs.)

States Public Services                                  
Head:     Mbadugha Augustina Ifeyinwa

States Statutory Bodies and Agencies      
Head:     Ezike Chinyere Celina (Mrs.)


Local Government political Office Holders  
Local Government services                          

FUNCTIONS

  • Maintaining a comprehensive nominal roll of all State and Local Government political office holders and public servants including the civil servants, employees of State Owned companies and Agencies, etc.
  • Administering Assets Declaration Forms to all States and Local Government political office holders and public servants;
  • Receiving Assets Declaration by state public servants;
  • Issuing acknowledgment slips to state public servants on submission of completed Assets Declaration Forms;
  • Verifying and confirming Assets Declaration Forms by state public servants;
  • Issuing periodic certificate of compliance to public servants whose Assets Declaration have been verified and found to be correct.
  • Retaining and keeping custody of Assets Declaration submitted by state public servants and making same available for inspection by members of the public;
  • Compiling list of defaulters for prosecution and,Perform any other functions as may be directed by the Bureau.

DEPARTMENT OF FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE (FPS)

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT -  Mrs. Kolawole .A. Folasade   

STRUCTURE:
The Federal Public Service Department is divided into (2) Units (Groups), each headed by an Assistant Director who reports directly to the Director.

(Group) A  -  Mr. Isaac Yirom

This  (Group) handles the Administration of Assets Declaration to:-

Military Personnel – Army, Air force, and the Navy
Police Personnel
Nigeria Custom Services, Road Safety and Nigeria Civil Defence Corps
Some Federal Ministries
Some Federal Statutory Corporation and Agencies

(Group) B   -   Alhaji Usman Mohammed

This Unit (Group) is in-charge of Administering Assets Declaration to:-

•    Nigeria Immigration Services, Nigeria Prisons Services and Federal Fire Services
•    Some Federal Ministries
•    Some Federal Statutory Corporations and Agencies
FUNCTIONS

 

  • Maintaining a comprehensive nominal roll of all federal public servants, including civil servants, Military, Police, Para-Military, etc.
  • Administering Assets Declaration Forms, to all federal public servants.
  • Receiving Assets Declaration by federal public servants
  • Issuing acknowledgement slips to federal public servants on submission of Assets Declaration Forms.
  • Verifying and confirming Assets Declaration by federal public servants.
  • Issuing periodic Certification of Compliance to public officers whose Assets Declaration have been verified and found to be correct.
  • Retaining and keeping custody of Assets Declaration Forms submitted by federal public servants and making same available for inspection by members of the public.
  • Compiling list of defaulters for prosecution and Perform any other functions as may be directed by the Bureau.

 

DEPARTMENT OF FEDERAL POLITICAL OFFICE SERVICES

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT -    Alh. Sani Bako Mohammed.

STRUCTURE:
The Department has three (3) divisions as follows:

Elected Officers                       
Head:         Alh. Sani Bako Mohammed              
Appointed Federal Officers
Head:          Abubakar Salisu Garba
Judicial and Related Officers   
Head:          Mrs Afolabi .A. Gbemisola

FUNCTIONS

  • Maintaining, regularly reviewing, and updating of comprehensive list of all Federal Political Office Holders.
  • Administering Assets Declaration Forms to all Federal Political Office holders,
  • Retrieving Assets Declarations by Federal Political Office holders,
  • Issuing Acknowledgment Slips to Federal Political Office holders,
  • Verifying and confirming Assets Declared by Federal Political Office holders
  • Retaining and keeping custody of Assets Declarations of Federal Political Office holders
  • Making Assets Declarations of Federal Political Office holders available for inspection/scrutiny as may be provided for in the law
  • Compiling lists of defaulters for submission to the Legal Department
  • Performing any other functions as may be directed by the Bureau.

 

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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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