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ICAN cautions members against unethical conducts


The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), has cautioned members against compromising their professional ethics and conducts, no matter the temptation in the face of the hard-hitting recession.

Newly elected chairman of ICAN in Plateau State, Julius Martins, while speaking during the group’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Jos, described ICAN as one professional body that is contributing immensely to the growth and development of the Nigerian economy.


He lamented the difficulties they encounter when it comes to gaining access to the state government especially at engaging ICAN members towards assisting it in boosting its IGR.He stressed the need for the state government to partner with the body revenue.

“Government is expected to live above board by ensuring that a proper database is put in place for developmental plans and goals to be achieved,” he noted.
Martins, who expressed gratitude for the confidence reposed in him by members, pledged to leave the group better than he met it.


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