Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has re-affirmed the Commission’s preparedness to strengthen relationship with Microsoft Nigeria Limited with a view to effectively tackle corruption in Nigeria.
He gave this assurance on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 while receiving the country’s representative and managing director of Microsoft Nigeria Limited, Kabelo Makwane who was at the Commission’s Head Office, Abuja on a visit.
Magu who stressed the importance of the use of modern technology in fighting all shades of graft said, “we will continue to work with you for mutual interest.”
Speaking, Makwane lauded the renewed vigour deposed by the EFCC in fighting corruption in Nigeria.
He said that, they were in the Commission to rekindle their friendship with the EFCC and to participate fully in protecting its intellectual properties and rights.
“We are here to find out how we can work together to get the most cost effective services and to support you to do much more work in the Commission through ICT”, Makwane disclosed.
While acknowledging the readiness of the anti graft agency to partner with its organization Makwane said, ”Microsoft has enjoyed very productive and fruitful relationship with the EFCC in the time past. It is our pleasure to be here to commend the chairman and the Commission on the courageous and noble work that has been going on in the country. This goes to show that you support Mr. President’s anti corruption campaign.”
In his company were: Wemimo Adeniyi, Director-Small Midmarket Solutions and Partners; John Edokpolo, Legal Counsel; Kenneth Eremiokhale, Licensing Sales Officer and Joel Shaibu, Opportunity Manager. [EFCC]
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