The Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu charged financial institutions to uphold banking rules and ethics and the principles of honesty, integrity and self discipline in the discharge of their duties.
Magu who was represented by Head, Benin Zonal Office, Muktar Bello, gave the charge when he received staff of Access Bank who paid a courtesy visit to the Benin Zonal Office of the Commission.
According to Magu who was represented by the Zonal Head , Benin, Muhtar S.Bello, upholding the rules and ethics of banking will go a long way in the fight against corruption in the country.
He admonished the bankers to be transparent and accountable and to report suspicious transactions as soon as possible.
“In being eager to meet your target with the bank , always adhered to the principles of Honesty, integrity and self discipline. Report any act that fails the simple test of integrity”
Similarly, the State Coordinator of the Human Rights Commission, Benin Zonal Office , Sani Mamodu today, November 14, 2019 sought the collaboration of the EFCC in the the areas of training of staff. He explained,
“We seek partnership with the EFCC in the areas of workshops and awareness creation of both our staff and yours, It is hoped that partnering with the EFCC in this regard would go a long way in overcoming the challenges militating against the protection and promotion of human rights in the society”.