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“We Will Continue To Fight Corruption” – Magu says on 14th year Anniversary of Commission



The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, stated in an interview session with staff to mark it’s 14th year anniversary that the commission will always fight in ensuring that corruption is completely wiped out in Nigeria, a development that will ensure Nigeria retains her position in the comity of nations.

He encouraged the staff to uphold the core values of the Commission and said it was necessary to put more efforts in the ongoing fight against corruption as that is the only way succour can be brought to Nigeria.

We will continue to fight corruption whether anybody likes it or not. Because, we know that, that is the only way we can bring succor to this country. Now that we have found ourselves in this position, please, let us put heads together”, Magu said.

He also encouraged that the public should furnish him with information on how the Commission can move forward; information on the wrong things they are doing, in order for them to be addressed so that the image of the Agency will not be tarnished.

He said:

My door is completely opened. If something is going on wrong, please come and tell me. If you don’t want to show your face, just write a letter to me. Information is very important. I am alone, if you don’t tell me what is wrong, I would not know” he said.

He added that he doesn’t want to know what is right and that the public should state how to correct the system itself because the system needs correction every day.

People are complaining about corruption in the EFCC, which is not good. We should not allow some individuals to spoil our names here”, he admonished.

Magu who said that the efforts being made by the Commission in fighting corruption, is fast gaining recognition in the international communities, charged the staff to shun the wrong things and be part of the success story. He said it was necessary to always remember to put the interest of the nation first.

If you go to United States of America and the United Kingdom, they are all awash with news about us because of this Malabu case. So we are succeeding. Be part of the success. Forget about your own interest. Consider the overall interest of this country and the interest of the nation.

 Photo credit: Facebook- Official EFCC


  1. godwin

    April 16, 2017 at 8:00 am

    The country thanks you Mr Magu.

    If you support Magu`s effort to rid Nigeria of corruption pls use this opportunity to state your position.

    May God bless you as you do so.

  2. nnenne

    April 16, 2017 at 11:03 pm

    What impact has these
    “recoveries ” made? Am a very practical person. How much have we recovered? Where is the transparency?
    Ordinary citizens on the street need to know.
    Is there a Web site?
    Nigeria cannot afford to be wasting time trying to catch wild geese.
    Not at this time.

    We simply need systems and processes. Let’s be proactive instead of reactive. Prevention is better than cure. Technology is here to assist us.


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