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EFCC To Involve Religion In Fight Against Corruption

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC said it has designed a manual to engage Christian and Islamic communities in the country in its anti-corruption fight.

When asked if the scope of corruption overwhelms him, 41-year-old Bawa said Nigeria is a very religious country and that is why one of the issues they deal with in public enlightenment is to engage with leaders of religious bodies.

We are soon going to launch our interface with the Christian and Islamic communities to engage them on the ills of corruption,” he said.

Bawa said he is optimistic that the commission will tame the monster of corruption in the country. He said: “Yes because if you look at it, almost everywhere there are elements of it (corruption). No, because I am very optimistic we will succeed in taming the monster of corruption in this country. I am very optimistic and with the efforts of the government. One of the cardinal principles of the President’s administration is to fight corruption and we in the EFCC and other law enforcement agencies saddled with this responsibility… we are doing our best and trying to curtail it.”

Nigeria is a very religious country and that is why one of the issues that we do in public enlightenment is to engage with leaders of religious bodies. We are soon going to launch our interface with the Christian and Islamic communities to engage them on the ills of corruption we have already designed the manual for that.”

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