By Emmanuel Daudu, Abuja
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), a Nigerian law enforcement agency that investigates financial crimes such as advance fee fraud (419 fraud) and money laundering has stated that it would commence in earnest a new program targeted at public participation in order to increase public inclusivity in it’s duties discharge.
This which was made known to Africa Security Investigation News on Thursday in a release signed by it’s press unite said, “this is to inform the general public that the Commission is kick-starting a new programme called EFCC Connect.
“This is in line with the Strategic Objective one of the EFCC Strategic Plan (2021-2025) which key activity is to make the Commission accessible to the public, using the new media. EFCC Connect is an online based programme which will be coming to the public every Wednesday, 7pm to 8pm, commencing today.
“It will be an interactive session bringing the EFCC to its publics through the Commission’s social media platforms”.
The commission also advised the general public to follow it’s official twitter handle to be part of it.
“To be part of the programme, kindly follow the handles: @officialefcc on Twitter, FaceBook and Instagram”.