He brought his wealth of experience to bear on his job as the Chief Executive Officer of the Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC), the results of which have been acknowledged by various international and national organizations. He has, among others, led the agency from years of obscurity to prominence; delivering significant improvements in several aspects of its operations; and remarkably increased payment of Operating Surplus by Government Owned Enterprises from about N200 Billion in 2013 to over N1.7 trillion in 2019. Under his leadership, the FRC has facilitated an increase in the number of states with Fiscal Responsibility agencies from just about 5 in 2014 to over 27 states presently.
As an erudite scholar, Barrister Muruako has presented numerous papers on public finance and anti-corruption, transparency and accountability in public finance management at international and local for a, including being convener as well as key participants in several conferences, workshops, trainings and seminars organized by the Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC) from 2012 – till date. He has also participated in the 24th, 25th and 26th Sessions of the Nigerian Economic Summit held in 2018, 2019 and 2020 respectfully. As a key public servant whose primary assignment is to ensure transparency and accountability in revenue expenditure, Barr. Muruako has also been a key participant in all anti-corruption day activities.
As Chief Executive of the Commission, Barr. Muruako served on Nigeria’s delegation to the Nigeria/US Bilateral Plenary Meetings in Washington, February 2020. As a Fellow, he has been a key participant in the 9th and 10th International Summit of the Society of Project Management and Development Professionals International. He was also a key participant in the retreat on ‘Policy Framework for Strengthening Fiscal Transparency, Prudence and Accountability at the Sub-National Levels’ organized by Oxfam Nigeria and CISLAC in collaboration with Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC) in 2020.