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EFCC warns public of planned protest by shadowy group



EFCC warns public of planned protest by shadowy group

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has alerted the public about a shadowy group’s plans to instigate a protest against the Commission. This group has recently been active on social media, recruiting young Nigerians, including students, to mobilize against the EFCC.

Emerging evidence suggests that corrupt elements under investigation or prosecution by the EFCC may exploit this protest to orchestrate a national uprising, potentially threatening Nigeria’s peace and security.

While the The Commission respects the right to protest, it will not tolerate any lawlessness, especially around its offices nationwide.

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The Commission, in collaboration with other security agencies, is taking measures to address possible threats to national security.

The EFCC urges parents, guardians, and educational institutions to ensure their wards are not manipulated into participating in this proxy war by corrupt interests.

The EFCC emphasizes that its fight against corruption and cybercrime aims to protect the future of Nigeria’s youth, which is at risk if the country continues to be viewed globally as a hub for fraudsters.


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