In our quest to consistently encourage businesses to be part of The Convention on Business Integrity vision, we are pleased to formally inform our stakeholders that a new member has joined the Convention fold. Vodacom Business Nigeria, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Vodacom Group and also a leading pan-African corporate connectivity and telecommunications provider that has brought affordable and reliable connectivity to Africa since 1992 is set to be the latest member of The Convention on Business Integrity.
Vodacom Business Nigeria held it’s signing-in- ceremony on Monday, February 9th, 2015 at an event center in Lagos.
The signing ceremony is a public declaration of their intent to let the general public know that the company is committed to “walking the talk” of the Convention on Business Integrity vision.
The ceremony was witnessed by Board members of both organisations as well as stakeholders who cut across board. One of the Regulatory agencies –Nigerian Communications Commission attested to the fact that Vodacom complies with Good Governance practices has laid down by its regulatory agency.
To show their pledge to the Convention, signatories enter into a purely moral commitment with the intent of benefiting from and upholding the platform of credibility which the members of the Convention share. The Convention currently has twenty-three (23) corporate signatories which include MTN Nigeria, GT Bank Plc, Sokoa Chair Center, United Bank for Africa and others.