Abuja - Accountant General, Ahmed ldris, has warned newly promoted Management Officers in the Treasury against corruption.
Speaking in Abuja while addressing the elevated officers, he urged them to make sacrifices in terms of discipline and respect for professional ethics.
Idris further advised them to steer clear of “financial embarrassment” which he said was viewed as a serious act of misconduct in the Civil Service.
“If any officer is involved in this menace, it is an automatic ticket for getting out of service because this administration has zero tolerance for corruption,” warned Idris.
He further warned the officers could still be prosecuted even after retirement.
“We must be good ambassadors of Treasury Officers. We can be made accountable even after retiring from service.”
He urged the newly-promoted officers complement the Federal Government in resuscitating the economy.
- CAJ News