A Global forensic conference that will bring together fraud experts accross Africa  and other continents will be held between 22 to 24 October 2019 in Accra Ghana.


The conference organised by the International Institute of Certified Forensic Investigation Professionals Inc (IICFIP)will take place at the Institute of Local Government in Accra.


Delegates from all the 170+ countries including Kenya will be represented according to Sosthenes Bichang’a the IICFIP Global President.

Bichang’a said those interested should start getting in touch with the Global Technical Committee which is behind the organisation besides evaluating presentation proposals and approve the presenters.


“We have also made  arrangement for all members and subscribers to participate in the conference online,despite the fact  that it is more important for one to personally attend and participate, there will be those who will not afford air tickets and accommodation,” said Bichang’a

“They can participate online and also get participation  certificates after  passing a simple test of 50 multiple choice questions to prove that they keenly followed everything from start to finish,” he noted

The test will be administered 3 days after the conference.

Those interested  in this programme should register  or  subscribe with USD 45 each and then be supplied with access passwords  by 30th  August, 2019.

All payments are done via debit or credit cards on the website – www.iicfip.org all conference registration closes on 31st July, 2019.
CFIP is the world’s most comprehensive professional investigation credential.


A CFIP graduate can handle any kind of investigation touching on digital forensics and financial forensics as well as criminal investigations.

Fraud Examination is just but an eighth of the CFIP’s skills set.

The following modules are covered for the CFIP accreditation Criminology & Psychology,Principles and Practice of Accounting,
Computer and digital Forensics,  Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting,Criminal Investigations,Studies on Fraud and Corruption,Investigation Law, and Investigative accounting
All the above subjects or modules must be completed before one can become CFIP via examination route. No certificates are issued for individual subjects.

Course Duration is 6 to 36 months depending on personal time one would wish to spend on study per day. You can also get exemptions for individual modules if you qualify.

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