EFCC Boss Tasks Youth On Integrity For Corruption-Free Society


The Acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr Ibrahim Magu, has urged youths to uphold the tenets of integrity and high morals in their dealings with one another for a corruption-free society.
Magu gave this advice at the inauguration ceremony of  Anti-Corruption Club of students of Government Secondary School, Enugu,
The club was inaugurated by the EFCC and the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC).
Magu also unveiled the NYSC Anti-Corruption Community Development Scheme (CDS)  Group of Batch A stream A 2018/2019  in Enugu North Local Government.
The EFCC Spokesman, Mr Tony Orilade, said in a statement issued to the newsmen in Abuja, that Magu was represented by Bethel Ede of the Public Affairs Unit of the agency in the zone.
“Integrity results in dignity and respect; as future leaders, do not get involved in corruption at any level.
“These include examination malpractice, truancy, cultism, drug abuse and all other social vices common with secondary school  students.