Abuja - The Centre for Crisis Communication
(CCC) has pledged its backing to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
(EFCC) in the former’s fight against such crimes.
Executive Secretary of the CCC, Yusuf Anas, made the
pledge during a visit to the EFCC offices in Abuja, where he met the
commission’s chairman, Ibrahim Magu.
“You just have to remain focused and determined in this
fight,” Anas said.
“Do not be distracted, detracted or derailed even when
you have step on big toes,” he urged the EFCC executive.
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“Bear it in mind that all well meaning Nigerians are
solidly behind you in your effort to weed out corrupt elements in our country.”
Anas nonetheless praised the unwavering commitment of the
commission under the leadership of Magu.
Magu thanked the centre for its encouragement.
“With the support of credible and responsible
organisation, the commission will look back in its determination to bring all
corrupt persons to book,”
CCC is a Non-Governmental Organisation engaged
in research and publication of crisis information management in the country.
- CAJ News