The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Thursday August 16, 2018 hosted students and officials of the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Adamawa State University, Yola, Adamawa State who were on excursion visit to the EFCC Academy, Karu, Abuja.

Abiodun Adebanjo, Head Research at the EFCC Academy, in a presentation, enlightened the students on the work of the Commission and the challenges confronting it.

‘I commend you all for taking out time to come and learn and identify with the Commission. I want you to be good ambassadors of the anti-corruption fight, while also preaching to your peers on what knowledge you have acquired,’ Adebanjo said.

According to him, Corruption has adversely affected our society and commended the efforts of the current administration to address the scourge.

Also speaking, Sylvia Mbamalu of the Enlightenment and Re-Orientation Unit of the Commission encouraged the students to create  an integrity club in order to bring more people into the corruption fight.

In his remark, the head of delegation, Dr. Yahaya Adamu, a lecturer in the faculty of social and management sciences, who accompanied the students, commended the EFCC for the initiative of targeting youths through the establishment of integrity clubs across tertiary institutions in the country.


Media & Publicity
16 August, 2018