Abuja - The Nigeria Security and Civil
Defence Corps (NSCDC) is aiming to enhance partnerships with the Economic and
Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Abdullahi Gana Muhammadu, NSCDC Commandant General,
specifically asked for EFCC’s support in delivering its core mandate of
protecting critical infrastructure and national assets.
Muhammadu stated this in Abuja during his visit to the
Acting EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu.
The NSCDC leader said he was at the commission to
congratulate Magu on his appointment as the nation’s anti-graft executive.
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"We welcome you to office and wish you the best of
luck. I don’t envy you at all because I know that it is a difficult job but I
wish you the best of luck," Muhammadu said.
He lauded the excellent relationship between his agency
and the EFCC
In his response, Magu thanked his guest for the visit and
commended the professionalism of the NSCDC.
He offered to continue to support the agency.
The EFCC executive also used the opportunity to
request the NSCDC’s assistance in the protection of some seized assets
especially in the Enugu zone.
- CAJ News