Hari Mulukutla jointly delivered a training program developed by the World Bank Public Sector Group tailor made for the CCB on Income and Asset Disclosure (IAD) systems. The training was organized by the UNODC office in Abuja and financial support for the training was provided through the World Bank, including through a GPF trust fund supporting development and dissemination of Actionable Governance Indicators, as well as by UNODC, the British Council’s Justice for All (J4A) program, and the United States Embassy in Nigeria.

The training comprised of a two-day technical training session, followed by a one-day policy workshop; both delivered twice in a 2-week time period covering 100 individuals with follow-up assistance provided remotely. The audience for the policy workshop included many of the Commissioners of the CCB, as well as higher level staff from both the central and state offices of the CCB, plus representatives of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), and the African Union Advisor Board on Corruption.

In addition, the mission had an extended discussion with some of the leadership of the CCB, during which additional insights and recommendations were generated leading to the development of an Action Plan that was agreed to by important stakeholders.

Income and Asset Declaration Systems


BeneficiaryCode of Conduct Bureau (CCB)
Sponsor/DonorWorld Bank, J4A, and UNODC & US Embassy
DateMay 2011
ExpertHari Mulukutla