Abuja - Microsoft, the international technology group, has rekindled its partnership with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to effectively tackle corruption in Nigeria.
The country’s representative and managing director of Microsoft Nigeria Limited, Kabelo Makwane, pledged the company’s commitment in that regard following a meeting with Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, in Nigeria.
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Makwane lauded the renewed vigour deposed by the EFCC in fighting corruption in the country.
He said they were in the commission to rekindle their partnership with the EFCC and to participate fully in protecting the anticorruption agency’s intellectual properties and rights.
Magu welcomed the partnership with Microsoft.
He stressed the importance of the use of modern technology in fighting corruption.
“We will continue to work with you for mutual interest,” he told the Microsoft executive.
Microsoft, headquartered in the United States, is one of the world’s prominent technology firms.
- CAJ News