The Kaduna offices of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have agreed to increase the existing collaboration between the two agencies in the area of intelligence sharing and coordination.
This agreement was reached recently when the Head of the EFCC Kaduna Zonal Office, Aisha Abubakar paid a courtesy visit to the ICPC State Office in Kaduna.
Welcoming the visitors, the ICPC Kaduna State Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner (RACC), Prince Hassan Mohammed thanked the EFCC Head and her team for the visit while congratulating her on her recent appointment as the head of the agency in Kaduna.
He said, “Our doors are open and ICPC is ever ready to sustain the existing collaboration in the fight against corruption in the country. There is need for the two agencies to sustain the existing collaboration which will assist in achieving greater result”.
Also speaking at the event, Aisha Abubakar appreciated the existing relationship that the two agencies enjoyed and commended ICPC for its effort in the fight against corruption in the state.
According to her, “We are all working to achieve a common goal. The EFCC will unavoidably collaborate with ICPC in the area of intelligence sharing and coordination”.
The EFCC Zonal head was accompanied by the heads of various departments and units.