Listening To Your Teachers Is Part Of Fighting Corruption – Magu
The Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has urged pupils to always listen and obey their teachers as part of their own contribution to the fight against corruption.
Magu spoke through the Desk Officer, EFCC Primary Schools Integrity Club, Zainab Tifi Bello, on Monday November 20, 2017 when pupils of Cornerstone Montessori Schools, Gudu, Abuja visited the EFCC Academy.
He said disobedience to established rules, laws and rebellion against constituted authority is the beginning of corruption.
The pupils numbering 63, drawn from primaries one to three on excursion to the EFCC were engaged in an interactive session during which they mentioned telling lies, stealing, greed, bullying as corruption.
“You all need to imbibe the culture of hard work, creativity, courtesy, integrity and honesty so that you can have a brighter and successful future” he emphasized.
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