Abdulkarim Chukkol, the acting Chairman of the Economic Crimes and Commission, EFCC, has promised that the anti-graft agency will sustain its partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Chukkol said that the EFCC was committed to working with critical stakeholders in the actualisation of UNODC’s mandate in Nigeria.
The statement Was made on Monday by the commission spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren.
“Chukkol appreciated the UNODC for its long-standing collaboration and enduring partnership in the anti-corruption space, and assured it of the commission’s unwavering commitment to working with critical stakeholders in the actualisation of its mandate.”
Stolpe said he was at the EFCC office to felicitate the new leadership of the agency.
He reminded the EFCC boss that Nigeria should demonstrate leadership at the upcoming CoSP by presenting an overview of the implementation of the UN Convention against Corruption.
However, the statement said Chukkol stated this during a meeting with the UNODC Country Representative, Mr. Oliver Stolpe, at the EFCC corporate headquarters in Abuja.