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Stop the Get-Rich-At-All-Cost syndrome, Magu Cautions naija celebrities

Ibrahim Magu the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has approached Nigerian artiste and entertainers to team up with the counter unite organization in its battle against all types of debasement. In an intelligent session on Wednesday with artisans, entertainers and On-Air-Personalities (OAP) which held at the EFCC Headquarters, Jabi, Abuja Magu said the superstars had a very reach and their voice would be useful in the commission’s battle against debasement.

“You have a wide reach, so loan us your voices, if it’s not too much trouble given your works a chance to proliferate and advance uprightness and the correct qualities,” “I encourage you to raise an aggregate trademark against all types of culpability among our young people, denounce in solid terms, pompous living without dependable wellsprings of pay, especially the get-rich by any stretch of the imagination cost disorder among the adolescents,” he said.

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Talking further, Magu communicated the availability of the counter unite organization to hold hands with the innovative business saying the commission needs them “like never before to change the negative accounts about our nation being safe houses of web fraudsters.” He stated: “I have always focused on that we can’t profess to have the restraining infrastructure of information of how to battle debasement at the EFCC.

“We are in any case, driven by the energy to investigate all wildernesses that will empower us to accomplish a superior society for our youngsters yet unborn – a populist society and one which we as a whole can be glad for. We should figure out how to lessen or prevent our overflowing young people from taking part in web misrepresentation.”