The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has urged students of St. Joseph Secondary School, Agege, and Government College Secondary School, Victoria Island, Lagos, who are members of the EFCC Integrity Clubs in the schools, to shun any involvement in internet fraud and embrace the culture of integrity, a core value of the Commission.
Speaking to members of the EFCC/Secondary School Integrity Club members on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, the Lagos Zonal Head, Ahmed Ghali, admonished the students to always do the right thing at all times.
Photographs of the Executive Chairman of EFCC, Mr. Abdulrasheed Bawa, at the ongoing United Nations General Assembly Special Session, UNGASS on corruption in New York, USA.
Media & Publicity
3 June, 2021
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC wishes to inform members of the public that it has no relationship with a Non- Governmental Organization, Eagle Crime Awareness and Prevention Initiative, ECAPI
This clarification became necessary following the circulation of a sticker on the social media platform, WhatsApp by the group advertising its partnership with the EFCC and claiming it has been included in the EFCC database and now have direct access to “Information and activities of the EFCC locally and globally”. It further claimed that the Commission’s Director of Media “approved the sticker” after a meeting with the group yesterday, June 1, 2021.