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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Benin Zonal Command has charged students of tertiary institutions to be good ambassadors by blowing whistle against corruption in their school .
The Ag Zonal Commander of the zone, Nkechi Ude stated this while welcoming students of Benson Idahosa University, Edo State during a courtesy visit to the Command.
Ude said the Commission since inception in April 2013, has recorded tremendous achievements with impressive number of convictions on money laundering, advance fee fraud and other economic and financial crimes.
She said, despite these milestones, the commission realises that enduring success in the fight against corruption can only be achieve when all stakeholders embraces this important fight.
She also described the youths as dynamic young men and women whose intelligence and energy could be harnessed for public good .
She charged them to always blow the whistle against acts that fail the simple test of integrity.
In her words, “Since the inauguration of the Commission in 2003, we have recorded tremendous achievements in money laundering, Advance Fee Fraud, and other economic and financial crimes.
“Despite these achievements, the Commission realizes that enduring success in this fight can only be achieve when all hands are on deck”
While appreciating her, Dr. Mary Obase who led the students on the courtesy visit said they were in the Commission to know more about the EFCC and its operations.
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