Januar Eko Prasetio


The concept of accountability is the obligation to account or answer the
performance and actions of a person / legal entity / leadership of an organization
to the party who has the right or obligation to ask for accountability. The concept
of accountability has entered full rationality values that need to be done tazkiyatun
nafs based on Islam.

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