About 115 cadets of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), have graduated from the Police Mobile Force Training Camp (PMFTC), Ende-Hills in Nasarawa State after a nine months course.

The graduands, who were trained as deputy inspector cadre 6 (DIC6), are made up of 96 males and 19 females.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the chairman of the EFCC, Abdulrasheed Bawa, said “the training started in December 2022 with 96 males and 19 females, making a total of 115 cadets inducted into the EFCC.”

Bawa, who was also the reviewing officer of the Passing Out Parade congratulated the graduating cadets and charged them to be diligent in contributing their quota in the fight against economic and financial crimes.

He said, “Cadets, I urge you all to be committed to the profession you have signed up for. It is crucial for you to know that law enforcement, especially in the field of economic and financial crime is a crucial national service”.

Tasking the cadets on the job ahead and the challenges, Bawa said “this is a crucial national assignment. A career that takes years to build but requires only a minute to destroy”.

He further said they were trained in legal, combat, drills and other important courses that would prepare them for the job ahead.

Also, the deputy commandant PMFTC,. Mohammed Yakubu Nda said, “the continued training of the EFCC staff in our facility is an example of the unbreakable bound between the commission and the Police.

We will continue to provide our facility for any training by the commission.”

EFCC commandant, Ayo Peter, while speaking also said “What we have today is a corporation between trainers of the EFCC and the Police. The training took nine months.”

Among the cadet graduands, the overall best cadets are John Okoronkwo and Tawosen Jacobs.

The 2nd runner’s up is Kanu Precious, while Yusuf Oluwaseun emerged the best cadet in drill.

The EFCC Commandant award went to cadet Abubakar Abdullahi.

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