The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has said it is looking to partner with Kano State Public Complaint and Anti Corruption Commission (KPCAC), in its fight against economic and financial crimes.

Osita Nwajah, Deputy Director, Public Affair Department, gave the indication, Wednesday in Kano when he received the Director, Kano State Public Complaint and Anti Corruption Commission, Alhaji Umaru Idi, at the Commission’s Zonal Office in Kano.

 He said the Commission is willing to synergise with groups and organisation that shares its vision of eradicating economic crimes, including corruption.

Earlier, Idi expressed his organisation’s willingness to join forces with the EFCC in the fight against corruption. In addition, he solicited the assistance of the foremost anti-graft agency in improving the capacity of its staff through training.

KPCAC was established in 2008 by the Kano State Government to help improve transparency and accountability in the conduct of public affairs in the state.


Media & Publicity
22nd May, 2014