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The Executive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Abdurasheed Bawa  on Thursday, March 18, 2021 promised to partner with the National Institute For Security Studies in the fight against corruption.

The EFCC boss made the promised when the management of the institute paid a Courtesy Visit to the Commission’s Headquarters in Jabi, Abuja. 

Bawa thanked the delegation for the visit and promised to work with the Institute in the areas of intelligence and due diligence. “We are always very happy to receive people from institutions of learning, the EFCC is a very young organization, we are the most cosmopolitan agency in the country because of the composition of the board. Our core values are courage, leadership and partnership. We need partners to come and add value, we will accept the partnership and we will streamline how that partnership will work,” he said.
 He told the visitors that in keeping with his promise to run an intelligence-driven and proactive agency, he has created a Directorate of Intelligence. “I did mention during my screening and some of my engagements with the media that we are going to be proactive in our work and we are going to create a Directorate of Intelligence; the happy news I want to tell you is that your alumni is going to be the pioneer Director of that Directorate,” he said

Speaking earlier, Alhaji A.S Adeleke, Commandant, National Institute For Security Studies told the EFCC Chair that the purpose of the visit was to partner with the Commission in the areas of networking and due diligence. “Why we are concentrating on security and intelligence is because security is central to development. We are here to partner with the EFCC in Networking, Partnership and due-diligence, we can also incorporate many other areas,” Adeleke said.
He promised the Institute's assistance to the Commission in respect of the new Directorate of intelligence. "We are pleased to tell you that we are here to partner with you in that direction. We can give you what you want,” he said
Adeleke was accompanied on the visit by Mr. D.E Egbeji, Deputy Commandant and Director of Studies, Dr. A. A Karim, Director Research, Estimates and Library Services, Professor E.E. Alemika, Study Group Coordinator, Mrs. A.I Oleseni Syndicate Coordinator, Mrs. E.E Oyeyele, Syndicate Coordinator and Mrs. Nka Obi, Directing Staff.

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