The Secretary of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mr. George Abang Ekpungu has charged Nigerian youths to embrace discipline and Integrity as a way of life.
Ekpungu gave the charge today, November 24, 2021 when students of the Economics Department, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai visited the headquarters of the Commission in Jabi, Abuja on an educational tour.
Ekpungu said lack of self-discipline and integrity are the major problems bedeviling Nigeria as a nation, and urged the youths as future leaders of the nation to inculcate the good habit of discipline and integrity as a way of life.
He informed the students that the Commission is working tirelessly in the recovery of stolen assets and blocking leakages in government agencies across the country.
Ekpungu further urged the students to use the user-friendly application “EAGLE EYE”, in reporting cases of fraud and corruption.
In the same vein, Head Enlightenment and Reorientation Unit of the Commission, Aisha Mohammed charged the students to imbibe the values of hard work, excellence and integrity as there are no shortcuts to success.
She admonished them to be good ambassadors of the EFCC by showing good example in character and to expose any acts that fail the simple test of integrity.
Speaking on Cybercrime and its adverse effect on the Nigerian Economy, Chief Superintendent of the EFCC, Nwaka Daniel advised the students to shun all forms of cybercrimes and criminality, stressing that the activities of cybercriminals is ruining the good reputation of Nigeria and causing its good citizen their jobs, money and goodwill.
Source: Economic and Financial Crimes Commission