THE acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, on Wednesday, unveiled 21 new operational vehicles to mark his first anniversary of presiding over the anti-corruption commission.
The 21 vehicles unveiled by Magu at the commission’s headquarters in Abuja, comprised Pick-Up vans and buses.
Speaking at the event, an enthusiastic Magu informed that the vehicles were supplied to the commission by the government, adding that they would be utilised to aid the operations and logistics aspect of the war against corruption.
According to the anti-corruption Czar, “They are operational vehicles being supplied to us by the government to further aid our concerted efforts to rid Nigeria of economic and financial crimes,” he said.
He expressed appreciation to the Federal Government for its support to EFCC, and called on Nigerians to also show solidarity with the anti-graft agency, in order to move the country forward.
He further admonished Nigerians to change their ways for better, saying that, “We want every Nigerian to start changing their ways and to fully support us to move Nigeria forward.”
While informing that the 21 vehicles would be shared across the commission’s zones, Magu informed that about 17 more vehicles would be received by the commission in the coming days.
Magu was joined to unveil the brand new vehicles by the Secretary to the Commission, Emmanuel Aremo and other officials of the agency.
Highlight of the event was the test run of the vehicles by Magu and Aremo.