Abuja - The United States of America Postal
Inspection Service (USPIS) has expressed its readiness to support the Economic
and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to curb corruption.
Daniel Cortez, Inspector in Charge of the Headquarters
Operation of the USPIS, gave the assurance after leading a team from the
organisation on a visit to the acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, at
the commission’s headquarters in Abuja.
He said the organisation would assist the commission through
seamless information exchange and partnership.
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Magu expressed his gratitude and the willingness of the
commission to partner with the US-based agency.
The EFCC executive called for support in the area of
capacity building especially on the usage of the database and other skills to
further enhance the tackling of cyber-crime cases.
USPIS is the law enforcement arm of the US Postal Service.
Its mission is to support and protect the US Postal Service, its employees,
infrastructure, and customers by enforcing the laws that defend the nation’s
mail system from illegal or dangerous use.
- CAJ News