The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in Nigeria EFCC, has introduced a new strategy in the fight against corruption in Nigeria tagged “Creative Youths Against Corruption.”
The Chairman of EFCC Mr Ibrahim Magu, while unveiling the new anti-corruption campaign strategy, in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, said the initiative was aimed at encouraging the youths to use their creative talents in the anti corruption crusade.
Mr Magu said, “Our children must see that there is a future away from corruption and be encouraged to take the part of honour, moral rectitude and creative employment of their talents … EFCC will continue to vigorously enforce its mandate alongside engaging in preventive initiatives such as this.”
The EFCC Chairman appealed to Nigerians to shun all forms of corrupt practices and “expect to see more of investigation, more arrests more trials, more convictions and more recovery of stolen assets.
Project Director of the “Creative Youths Against ” Foluke Micheal, said the youths would contribute in the fight against corruption through various creative mediums like, drama, writings, reading, singing paintings and the use of information technology and