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Magu advises students to shun corruption

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Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu yesterday tasked students and pupils to resist corruption in the country and be good ambassadors of the EFCC in their schools, families and the country at large.

Magu, who gave the charge, while inaugurating EFCC Integrity Club in Sunusi Dantada Memorial School, Abuja, advised the students to be good ambassadors of the commission by being honest, disciplined and respect their parents, teachers and the country’s leaders at all times.

Represented at the event by the Head, Enlightenment and Reorientation, Amadin Sammin, he said: “We want you to always speak out when you see something wrong, as it is with the motto of the Integrity Club.

“We urge you to always do the right things in your everyday lives and show respect to your parents and teachers and be disciplined.”


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