EFCC Issues Stern Warning to Fraudsters as it Inaugurates New Radio Station

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has intensified its fight against corruption with a stern warning to fraudsters, declaring that it is relentless in its pursuit of justice. At the commissioning of the EFCC’s new radio station, 97.3FM, in Abuja, the Executive Chairman, Ola Olukoyede, emphasized the agency’s commitment to tracking down and prosecuting all those involved in corrupt practices.

Olukoyede emphasized that the EFCC is now more determined than ever to rid the country of corruption, warning fraudsters that there will be no hiding place for them as the EFCC is on the hunt 24/7. This warning follows the agency’s recent successes in prosecuting high-profile suspects and recovering billions of naira in looted funds.

The newly inaugurated radio station is part of the EFCC’s strategy to engage with the public and mobilize support for its activities. Olukoyede highlighted that the station will serve as a platform for the EFCC to share information, educate the public on the dangers of corruption, and receive feedback from Nigerians.

In his remarks, Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, commended the EFCC for its efforts in combating corruption and urged the agency to continue its good work. He also emphasized the importance of the EFCC shaping the narrative around the fight against corruption and operating in line with broadcasting and journalistic ethics.

With its new radio station and renewed determination, the EFCC is poised to escalate the fight against corruption to the next level.

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