The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has urged Nigerian parents and parents to guide their wards & children against the idea of ‘quick money’.
The acting Chairman of the EFCC, Mr Ibrahim Magu made this admonition on Friday when he appeared as a special guest on ‘Nagarta’ Radio Nigeria, Kaduna.
Ibrahim Magu was represented by Head of the EFCC in Kaduna State who lamented on the high rate of crimes and internet scams involving Nigerian youths.
He also warned the youth against breeding the idea of making ‘quick money’, saying that the EFCC is a watchdog and would arrest anyone found wanting at any time.
Furthermore, he charged parents and guardians to monitor the activities of their children and wards, “especially as trends show that youth are easy recruits for fraudulent activities.”