Thursday, 25 July 2019

NYSC: EFCC Begins Move To End Fraudulent Mobilisation


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has pledged to support the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) in combating fraudulent mobilization of unqualified graduates for national service. 

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) EFCC also commended the National Youth Service Corps members for educating Nigerians on the dangers of corruption through the anti-corruption Community Development Service Groups. 

Mrs. Adenike Adeyemi, the NYSC Director, made the information about the anti-graft’s pledge known in a statement at a Press and Public Relations event held in Abuja on Tuesday. 

Adeyemi stated that the EFCC acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu, made the pledge when NYSC Director-General, Brig.-Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim paid him a courtesy visit in his office recently at EFCC Headquarters, Abuja. She added that Magu condemned activities of unpatriotic Nigerians who brought shame to the country through their desperate quest for wealth, including the Nysc: Efcc Begins Move To End Fraudulent Mobilisationsale of academic qualifications to unqualified graduates. The EFCC boss then promised to collaborate with NYSC to checkmate illegal activities of such individuals. Earlier, the NYSC chief had decried corruption in the country, adding that under his leadership, staff and corps members would pursue the fight to get rid of the menace.

He appealed for EFCC support, “in NYSC’s quest to monitor the activities of some higher institutions that present unqualified graduates for mobilization for national service.” Ibrahim said, “it is unfortunate that some institutions of higher learning, particularly in Cotonou, Benin Republic present to us people who didn’t go to the four walls of the university as graduates for NYSC mobilization.

“We are presently investigating some of such so-called graduates, many of whom cannot write or spell any word in English.”

NYSC: EFCC Begins Move To End Fraudulent Mobilisation

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