Future Bankers Charged On Academic Excellence
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on Thursday July 5, 2018 at the EFCC Academy, Karu, Abuja received members of the National Association of Banking and Finance Students, NABAFS, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, NSUK Chapter on excursion to the Commission.
The Acting Head, Research Department, EFCC Academy, Karu, Abuja, Abiodun Adebanjo who received the students on behalf of the Commandant, Dr David Tukura in his presentation, charged the students to imbibe the spirit of hard work and academic excellence in order to secure a corrupt free society for themselves in the future on graduation from the University.
“If you want to compete favourably in the Nigerian job market, you must endeavour to sustain your academic score at a minimum of 3.5 GPA and above”, he said.
Adebanjo lectured the students on the history, functions and powers of the EFCC to prevent, investigate, arrest and prosecute all matters that borders on economic and financial crimes.
The Head, Media Academy Unit, EFCC Academy, Chidimma Amanambu, advised the students to always speak up whenever they see any act of economic and financial Crimes being committed.
“Whenever you see something, say something and EFCC will surely do something, please engage us on our social media platforms, especially on Facebook and Twitter (officialEFCC), since your generation is quite active on social media” she said.
The highly elated President, National Association of Banking and Finance Students, NABAFS, NSUK Chapter, Suleman Ibrahim Yahaya who led the delegation on the trip, Abuja expressed his gratitude to the Commission for the knowledge acquired as a result of the visit.
“This visit is a remarkable one. We learnt so much about the EFCC and also gained from the advice given to us concerning our personal and academic life. I also wish to thank the EFCC management and staff for the hospitality shown to us” Yahaya said.
The students were presented with the EFCC publications (ZeroTolerance Magazine) and other Information, Education and Communication materials.
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