EFCC Rallies Youths Against Corruption Across Nigeria, As Magu Charges Youth To Own Corruption Fight
The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, has charged youths in Nigeria, to take ownership of the fight against corruption and to see themselves as anti-corruption crusaders, and as the future of the anti-corruption fight in the country.
Magu, while leading Nigerian youths, members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Nigerian Women, and other stakeholders on a 10-million man Walk against Corruption, in Abuja, which was replicated across the 36 states of the Federation on February 14, 2020, reiterated the critical role of the youth in the success of Nigeria.
“This is the way to go to catch them young and there is no going back on the war against corruption, because the environment is right, and it is now or never,” Magu said, noting that the choice of the 14th of February, being “Valentine’s Day” for lovers, was strategically chosen in order to target the youths.
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