The President of the Association of Forensic and Investigation Auditors, Victoria Enape, has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to sustain its assistance in training its members on the practical aspect of forensic auditing with a view to effectively tackling corruption in Nigeria.
Enape made the call on Wednesday when she led other members of the association on a courtesy visit to the EFCC Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu, at the Commission’s head office in Abuja.
“The Commission has all it takes to provide the needed support to meet the modern day challenge in tracking and tackling all shades of corruption in the country”, Enape said.
She appreciated the Commission for the support it had rendered in the past, especially with regard to the training of its members at the EFCC Academy.
She also used the opportunity to inform the EFCC boss of the association’s first international conference coming up in November, urging him to be present and sponsor some staff of the commission to attend.
In his brief remark, Magu assured the association of the commission’s continued support, adding that the war against corruption could only be won with the collaboration and support of all stakeholders.