1. O.K. ISOKARIARI & SONS (NIGERIA) LIMITED’s Anti-Corruption Compliance Policy underscores the corporate commitment to the highest ethical standards in all business dealings and transactions.
  2. The Policy is in accordance with the provisions of domestic and international anti-corruption guidelines which include but not limited to the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offenses Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act et al.
  3. All O.K.I suppliers must also comply with this policy to prevent bribery & corruption within its supply chain. The company does not in any way encourage bribery or receipt of gifts within their supply chain and ensures adherence to this policy in every facet of her business operations.
  4. To this end, O.K.I prohibits direct or indirect Payment or offering anything of value to any Government Official or Clients’ Representative to persuade that official to help the company obtain business or other benefits.
  5. A person is guilty of an offence if this is carried out with the intention of influencing the official in the exercise of the official’s duties in order to obtain or retain business or obtain or retain business advantage which is not legitimately due.
  6. This policy also extends to all company’s financial record-keeping activities and is integrated with the obligations to which the company is already subject by virtue of all applicable laws. This entails adequate record keeping of all transactions and processes.
  7. All O.K.I Personnel are expected to conduct company’s business legally and ethically. Improper gifts, payment or offerings of anything of value to public officials or clients’ representatives could jeopardize the company’s growth and reputation. Therefore every employee of O.K.I must comply with this anti- corruption policy.
  8. The use of company’s funds or assets for any unlawful, improper or unethical purpose is prohibited. Specifically, it is the company’s policy to comply fully with the code as more particularly enshrined in the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offenses Act of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.