The head, Enlightenment and Re-orientation Unit of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Aisha Larai Musa has called on the youths to shun corruption and join in the fight against economic and financial crimes as a way of creating a better future for themselves. She said corruption remains the bane of the country’s development and challenged the youth to take up the gauntlet in the fight against the malaise. Musa who was represented by Zainab Bello Tifi made this call during a sensitisation visit to Government Secondary School, Kuje, Abuja.
Musa charged the students to be law abiding citizens of the country, shun exam malpractice and join hands with the EFCC to curb corruption and financial crime. She told the students that the EFCC was established
to fight economic and financial crimes as well as enlighten the society on the negative effects of the social malaise. She concluded by saying that if Nigeria as a country must be great, it must be free from corruption and the youth must be willing to be a part of that change.
Gyopenda Godman who spoke on behalf of the school said he was delighted that the EFCC took out time to enlighten them. He commended the EFCC for its efforts to rid the society of corruption and prayed that God will continue to strengthen the Commission to achieve its mandate. Zafurat Usman who spoke on behalf of the students thanked the EFCC for the educative lecture.
A similar lecture also held at the Government Secondary School, Kugbaru, Nassarawa State.
Media & Publicity
21st February, 2014