The EFCC chairman Urges Journalists To Resist ‘Brown Envelopes’ In Order to Aid The 2018 Anti Corruption Fight | Trait News

EFCC chairman Ibrahim Magu, has promised to take the fight against corruption to the next level this year. He made this known when he paid a courtesy visit to newly-appointed Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Opeyemi Oke.

In his Statement, Magu said: “The fight against corruption will be more vigorous this year. Everybody has a responsibility to play in the fight against corruption, l am here to mobilize you the journalists also. It has been a tough one and we are going to increase the tempo of the fight against corruption this year. This time, we are fighting harder like never before. We appreciate the role of the judiciary and if you notice the Lagos CJ and the Chief Justice of Nigeria are really working hard and they have put in so much efforts in fighting corruption with the help of other judges.”

On the role expected of the media, he urged journalists to desist from collecting what he called “brown envelopes” and uphold the ethics of the profession. They should help in working together with us at EFCC to fight the menace.’’

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