The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee, EFCC, has warned Nigerians to cease sending congratulatory messages to Adulrasheed Bawa, its newly appointed Chairman.

The anti-graft fee mentioned it has noticed the growing variety of congratulatory messages revealed within the print media by teams and people, including that it’s step by step turning right into a distraction.

The brand new EFCC boss was confirmed by the Senate final week following his nomination by President Muhammadu Buhari and the company famous that Bawa was assuming the management of the fee at a time of nice problem.

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In accordance with EFCC’s Fb publish, the brand new Chairman needs to hit the bottom working and won’t wish to be distracted however wants the help of all well-meaning people.

The anti-graft company mentioned that its new boss is interesting to his admirers who’re publishing congratulatory messages on the media to channel such assets to creating donations to Orphanages and Internally Displaced Individuals, IDPs, camps.

“Whereas the open exhibition of affection and solidarity could also be salutary in our cultural milieu, and certainly appreciated, it’s nevertheless inauspicious at this cut-off date and step by step turning right into a distraction.

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“What he wants from well-wishers and certainly all Nigerians, is help and prayers, and extra importantly, credible info that can additional the work of the Fee.

“He, subsequently, appeals to all his admirers and well-wishers who might need the intention of demonstrating their love and help for him via paid newspaper commercial to desist, and as an alternative channel such assets to extra worthy causes, equivalent to making donations to Orphanages and Internally Displaced Individuals, IDPs, camps,” the company mentioned.Screenshot 20210303 055000 Chrome - Stop sending congratulatory messages to Bawa - EFCC warns Nigerians


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