The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) has declared its total support to the Federal Government’s war against corruption, and called for the strengthening of institutions handling it.
ICAN President, Titus Soetan, said on Sunday in Jos, that more efforts should also be tailored toward changing Nigerians’ value system to minimise corrupt tendencies.
“Our value system has been corrupted; at family levels, we teach our children to get rich quick. We tell them to make it big in a very short time.
“When they get an opportunity, all they are concerned with is making it big as told. In the process, every other thing is compromised,” he said.