Adelani Adepegba, Abuja
A civil society group, African Centre for Media and Information Literacy, on Thursday in Abuja unveiled a platform, Corruption Anonymous, to boost the anti-corruption campaign of the Federal Government.
The acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu commended the centre for its support for the anti-graft fight, stating that his agency could not do it alone.
He said that the EFCC needed Nigerians to actively participate in the anti-corruption war by volunteering information.
Magu who was represented by the EFCC public affairs director, Osita Nwaja disclosed that the commission had developed a water-tight mechanism of reporting and cross-checking information, noting that there are consequences for mischief-makers who gave false tips.
He said, “This project and the whistle-blower policy underscore my repeated admonition to…
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