EFCC implores Nigerians to embrace whistle-blowing policy

The Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu has called on Nigerians to help in the fight against corruption by given useful information to boost the whistle-blowing policy of the government.

He gave the charge on Tuesday, September 17, at a Town Hall meeting, which held at the Banquet Hall, Arewa House, Kaduna State.

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The event, which was organized by Action Aid International, Nigeria, had as its theme, “Governance and Citizens Dialogue on Service Delivery”.

He reiterated that the whistle-blowing policy was still very much in effect, and remained one of the many ways in combating corruption, which has yielded significant results.

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Magu who was represented by Mailafia Yakubu, Head, EFCC Kaduna Zonal Office, however, urged them not to give false or misleading information to the Commission, stressing that such was a crime that was punishable in the court of law.

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“The fight against this monster called corruption, is now and it begins with you,” he said.

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