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Join the conversation with the head of Cybercrime Headquarters Abuja EFCC; ACE II Nura Buhari on EFCC Radio 97.3 FM on the 22nd of April 2024 at 9:05 am.

Join the conversation with the head of Cybercrime Headquarters Abuja EFCC;
ACE II Nura Buhari on EFCC Radio 97.3 FM on the 22nd of April 2024 at 9:05 am. Focusing on the agency’s strategies, challenges, and successes in combating economic and financial crimes, including cybercrime. It will provide insights into the EFCC’s ongoing efforts to address financial-related crimes and promote a culture of compliance and accountability in Nigeria.

Through its efforts, the EFCC aims to promote transparency, accountability, and integrity in the Nigerian financial system, as well as to protect the economy from the negative impacts of financial crimes. The agency plays a crucial role in safeguarding the country’s financial stability and ensuring a level playing field for businesses and individuals.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is a Nigerian law enforcement agency that is responsible for investigating and prosecuting economic and financial crimes. The EFCC was established in 2003 to combat various forms of financial crimes, including corruption, money laundering, fraud, cybercrime, and other illegal financial activities.

The EFCC works to prevent, investigate, prosecute, and penalize individuals and organizations involved in economic and financial crimes. The agency collaborates with other law enforcement agencies, government institutions, and international partners to enhance its effectiveness in combating financial crimes. For more information visit www.efcc.gov.ng