Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Abdulrasheed Bawa has urged students of Judeen International School to join the fight against economic and financial crimes to secure their future and that of the country.
Bawa, represented by the Head of Public Affairs, Kaduna Zonal Command, Zainab Sani Ahmed, called at the inauguration of the EFCC Integrity Club in the school in Kaduna.
He reminded them that the country’s future lies in their hands and urged them to be honest and work hard, adding that integrity is the greatest virtue to help them achieve their dreams.
EFCC Urges Students To Lead In The Fight Against Corruption
Abdulrasheed Bawa explained that the Commission was inviting them to join the Integrity Club to lend a hand in helping to build a better society where there is respect for law and order and the right things are always done.
Also, in a speech, a staff of Kaduna Zonal Command, Prince Okorie, while also enlightening the students on the work of EFCC, encouraged them to shun all forms of corrupt practices, especially exam malpractice, internet fraud or any other form of corruption, which could jeopardize their future.
Responding, the lead teacher of the School, Mr Danjuma Olukoya and the Leader of the Forum for Cities in Transition, Ishaq Felix, thanked the Commission for the excellent work it has been carrying out and appreciated the Executive Chairman for catching them young as it is the right way to fighting corruption.
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