The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has warned police officers about involvement in cybercrime.
In a statement on Sunday, the agency’s spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, noted that EFCC Academy commander Ayo Olowonihi, during an awareness-raising program at the Karu Local Government Secretariat in Nasarawa State on Friday, Aug. corruption Community Development Service Group of the National Youth Service Corps, to embrace hard work and prevent involvement in cybercrime and other forms of economic and financial crime.
He said: “Olowonihi, who was represented by Chidimma Amanambu, the head of the Media Academy, the assistant commander of the EFCC, urged the members of the Corps to be “committed to whatever you do during your service.” because you never know how far you can go.” grow through your efforts.
“Members of the force, sensitized about the key provisions of the EFCC Establishment Act, 2004, expressed a willingness to take the anti-corruption campaign to various schools and society in general.”
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