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EACC Gives 1 Month To All Elected Leaders To Declare Their Wealth To The Public.

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has mandated that all elected politicians reveal their wealth within the first 30 days of taking office.

The Standard Digital Newspaper reports that the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has demanded that all elected officials promptly reveal their net worth in compliance with the Public Officer Ethics Act, 2003.

According to the EACC, the leaders must submit Declaration papers showing their income, assets, and debts relating to themselves, their spouses, and any dependent children under the age of 18 who live with them.

The EACC specifies that the forms must be finished and the data submitted accurate within the first 30 days of their entering office. It also states that the wealth declaration forms must be completed and submitted once every two years, in December of the office-second holder's year.

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