The president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed not to disrupt the activities of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in their verge to eradicate corruption and tackle anyone with an unjust criminal related and financial offenses, in the bid to reveal, disclose and convict anyone found guilty of corruption be it in the present or past administrations.
The commission graduated about 328 cadets that did the detective superintendent course 8, with a glamorous passing-out parade holding at the Nigerian Defence Academy parade ground, Ribadu Campus, Kaduna State and with the presence of the President represented by Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha.
The training span for 13 months to enable the officers to get the essential skills to enforce the law.
In the speech from the president through his representative, he praised the gallant cadet and challenge them to add their part to the war against corruption in the country.
“I will give you the necessary support that is needful to make you do your task well and we will ensure we give you a well serene environment to be able to perform productively.”
“My administration has a strong commitment towards the war against corruption.”
“I can assure you that there’s a positive improvement in the last four years from your commission in fighting corruption and stopping financial leakages, especially with our introduction of Single Treasury Account and Whistleblower policy.”
“With this concept, we have recovered billions of looted funds and you are part of these breakthroughs,” the president added.
“Please, continue to work perfectly and not compromise”, he concluded.