The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission said it had renewed its partnership with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in a bid to tackle money laundering and other economic and financial crimes.
Speaking when he visited the NDLEA command in Kano, the head of the Kano office of the EFCC, Mualledi Dogondaji, stated that the purpose of the visit was to renew the existing relationship between the two agencies while seeking for more support in the commission’s war against financial crimes.
EFCC spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, said in his response, the NDLEA commandant in Kano, Likita Isah commended the EFCC for redeeming the image of Nigeria through the fight against corruption.
He also applauded the commission for having one of their own lead them as chairman.
The NDLEA boss further assured the commission of his agency’s cooperation, while urging it to always apply caution in the discharge of its duties which he described as “a very dangerous job”.
In a related development, the zonal head of the Maiduguri office of the EFCC, Onwukwe Obiora, has called for more cooperation and synergy between the commission and the Nigeria Police Force.
He made the appeal during a courtesy visit to the Commissioner of Police, Borno State Command, Yahaya Sahabo Abubakar in Maiduguri.