Code of conduct Interpretation


19. In this Code, unless the context otherwise requires -“assets” includes any property, movable and immovable and incomes owned by a person;

“business” means any profession, vocation, trade, or any adventure or concern in the nature of trade and excludes farming;

“child” includes a step-child, a lawfully adopted child, a child born out of wedlock and any child to whom any individual stands in place of a parent;

“emolument” means any salary, wage, over-time or leave pay, commission, fee, bonus, gratuity, benefit, advantage (whether or not that advantage is capable of being turned into money or money’s worth), allowance, pension or annuity paid, given or granted in respect of any employment or office;

“foreign companies” or “foreign enterprises” means companies or enterprises in which the Government, its agencies or citizens of Nigeria or whose policies are determined by persons or organisations outside Nigeria;

“liabilities” includes responsibilities according to law to satisfy a debt, duty or obligation quantifiable in monetary value, instant and contingent;

“misconduct” means breach of the Oath of Allegiance or oath of office of a member or breach of the provisions of this Constitution or a misconduct of such nature as amounts to bribery or corruption or false declaration of assets and liabilities;

“public office” means a person holding any of the offices specified in Part II of this Schedule; and

“public office” shall not include the chairmanship or membership of ad hoc tribunals, commissions or committees.

See also  University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) Department/Faculties School Fees Schedules

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