A petition can be defined as a formal or written document signed and could be sometimes anonymous, reporting alleged dishonest or illegal activities (misconduct) to a constituted authority or Agency.
The guidelines on petition writing and submission are as follows:

  • The petitioner should address his petition to the Chairman, Code of Conduct Bureau.
  • Write the name of the public officer that has committed the offence, his/her designation and the office address.
  • State very clearly the alleged offence of the public officer.
  • Provide any evidence that can support your petition
  • Indicate your address, email address  and phone number so that you could be contacted for additional information.
  • Submit by email or through any of the 36 states offices and FCT office or the CCB headquarters at the Federal Secretariat Abuja.

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