It is significant exercise because in past we would have expended the same funds training only twoor three ICPC staff at the Canadian Learning Institute where we have had previous training engagements. “Today the institute is mounting the same programme the same programme for 10 staff within our own Academy in Nigeria. The required equipment and other software for this programme have been brought in.” He further revealed that the trainees from the forensic training programme will be deployed to address various areas of investigation and prevention of online and computer-based, corruption-prone operations in the country, especially, in the banking and public service sectorsin terms of e-banking and e-governance. The ICPC boss also used the opportunity to warn staff of the Commission, who are not yet computer literate to get the necessary knowledge as the further ICPC will not have rooms for analogue staff. On the choice of ‎10 persons for the training, the ICPC boss said the training involves a sensitive and indepth analysis of crime work and hence, the need to be careful on the number of people to be exposed to such knowledge and noted that more people will be trained in future. Speaking about the programme, the course coordinator and president of the Canadian Institute of Learning, Brampton, Samuel Amoah, an accredited trainer for the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiner, urged the participant to make the best out of the training as the forensic examination has become the bane of modern day investigation.]]>