Lagos - The Chairman of the Economic and
Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Lamorde, has charged
newly-recruited cadets of the commission to be professional when discharging
He urged them to embrace the organisation's core values, which include
integrity, courage, professionalism, leadership and partnership.
Lamorde stated this during the passing out ceremony of the
EFCC Detective Superintendent Cadet Course 6 and Detective Intermediate Cadet
Course 3 at the EFCC Academy in Karu, Abuja.
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He said the 85 cadets who had just completed a six-month basic law enforcement
training, received the “best possible initiation into the community of law
The cadets, in the course of their training, received lectures from regulatory
institutions such as the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, the Nigeria Deposit
Insurance Corporation, NDIC, and the Pension Commission.
“From the intelligence and law enforcement community, agencies like the
Department of State Services, DSS, National Intelligence Agency, NIA, the
Nigeria Customs Service and a host of others were on hand to share priceless field
experiences and other forms of training with them,” Lamorde said.
Lamorde meanwhile reiterated the resolve of the commission to continue
championing the cause of engendering a society free of all forms of economic
and financial crimes.
- CAJ News