EFCC Nigeria | EFCC graduates 328 detective cadets from Nigerian Defence Academy

Three hundred and twenty-eight (328) new anti-graft detectives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission  graduated from the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA).

Defense news reports that the passing out parade of new detective cadets was done at the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) in Kaduna state, Nigeria. 

President Muhammadu Buhari was represented at the event by the secretary to the federal government, Boss Mustapha, as the reviewing officer.

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Meanwhile,Defense News  had earlier reported that President Buhari promised that his administration would never interfere in the fight against corruption in the country.
It was reported that the president made the pledge on Saturday, August 31, at the graduation of 328 cadets of the detective superintendent course eight of the EFCC in Kaduna state.

the secretary to the federal government, Boss Mustapha, urged Nigerians to join his administration to free Nigeria of criminality and corruption in governance.
He also urged the newly graduated detectives to be patriotic in the fight to free Nigeria from corruption.

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The passing out parade of the Course 8 officers was on Friday, August 30, 2019 by a pre-graduation cocktail party for the cadets and their parents, at NDA Cadets Mess, Ribadu Campus, Kaduna.

Driven by the need for improved professionalism and dedication to duty, the Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu in 2016, commenced the training of the Commission’s cadets in the NDA which produced EFCC’s “Course 7” officers in 2017, comprising 314 detective superintendents.
The EFCC is optimistic that the 328 new officers will further boost the anti-corruption crusade of the Commission.

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