ICPC board nominee denies indictment for corruption
A nominee in the board of the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), Dr Sa’ad Alanamu, dropped by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has denied ever being indicted in corruption related case.
Alanamu, a former chairman, Kwara State College of Education, was reportedly dropped by Osinbajo over allegations of being under investigation by the ICPC.
In a press statement on his behalf by PRNigeria yesterday, Alanamu said he was never indicted for any corrupt practice at any time, when he served in various institutions in Kwara State nor for bribery as chairman of the College of Education.
“I would rather protect my integrity than take any offer that would rubbish the highest standard I have maintained in my public service career. I was never indicted nor convicted of any offence or crime by any institution. The records of my stewardship are there in various institutions I served.
“Even though I am not a politician, I was chairman of various councils and institutions at different periods,” he added.