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“Journalists Form Group To Fight Corruption” – EFCC


The Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC has said that some Journalists formed a group to help in the fight against corruption in Nigeria.

The EFCC made this known via its official Twitter handle, according to the commission, the Kaduna Chapter of Nigerian Union of Journalists, NUJ, formed a group made up of Journalists to help in the fight against corruption. The group name is, Journalists Against Corruption, JAC, which comprises of 30 members from the NUJ. Read the tweets below.

The Kaduna Chapter of the Nigerian Union of Journalists( NUJ) has formed a group of Journalists aimed at fighting the monster of corruption. The group, called Journalists Against Corruption (JAC) comprises thirty (30) members drawn from the NUJ.

The formation of the group was disclosed by the NUJ Chairman, Kaduna Chapter, Comrade Adamu Yusuf while receiving the Kaduna Zonal Head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), CSP Sanusi Abdulahi Sanusi who paid him a Courtesy Visit.

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