Calls on Nigerian students to buy into the war against corruption
Acting Chairman, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu has reiterated that there is no hiding place for money launders as he promised that the law will surely catch up with them.
He made this position known today at a one day workshop organized by the Nigeria Bar Association in collaboration with the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption titled: “Anti-Corruption, Ethics of The Legal Profession and Justice Sector”, at the Rockview Hotel, Abuja.
He however called on Lawyers to always guide and check his activities and call him to order when necessary as only people watching from the sideline will know when he is going off track.
He however promised that there is nothing personal in the fight against graft as everything he does is guided by the fear of God and for the interest of the future of the unborn generation
In a related development, the EFCC has called on Nigerian students to buy into the war against corruption, economic and financial crimes in Nigeria.
The plea was made today, July 12, 2016, when National Association of Management and Business Administration Students, Adamawa State University, Mubi, Adamawa State, paid the Commission a courtesy call at the EFCC Academy, Karu, Abuja.
The Commandant of the Academy who was represented by Abiodun Adebanjo, welcomed the students and told them that the Commission has the mandate of Preventing, Investigating and Prosecution of all cases of economic and financial crimes in Nigeria.
Head, Enlightenment and Re – orientation Unit, who was represented by Zainab .B. Tifi explained that the unit is responsible for the preventive mandate of the Commission and this mandate is carried out by sensitizing the public on the ills of corruption by enlightenment and re -orientation of the masses through a well designed programmes meant for different categories of people in Nigeria.
Francis Micheal who led the students, expressed appreciation to the Commission for giving the students the needed information required to make them better future leaders of this country