The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Abdulkarim Chukkol has reiterated the Commission’s readiness to sustain its partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC.
The chairman made the disclosure at a meeting with the Country Representative of the UNODC, Mr. Oliver Stolpe at the Commission’s Headquarters in Abuja.
Chukkol who appreciated the UNODC for its long-standing collaboration and enduring partnership in the anti-corruption space, however gave assurance of the Commission’s unwavering Commitment to working with critical stakeholders in the actualization of its mandate.
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According to him, EFCC has already started preparations in earnest towards participation in the 10th Session of the Conference of the States Parties (CoSP) coming up in December 2023.
On his part, Mr. Stolpe said he was in the Commission to felicitate with the new leadership of the Agency.
He reminded the EFCC boss that it was important for Nigeria to demonstrate leadership at the upcoming CoSP by presenting an overview of the implementation of the UNCAC.
He further reminded the EFCC chairman of the Commission’s commitment to support dissemination of the 3rd National Corruption Survey report.
The UNODC has over the years supported the EFCC in driving Nigeria’s fight against corruption through institutional and capacity building initiatives for personnel of the Commission.
Written by: Bukky Alabi
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