By Vincess Okushi

The Minister of Information and National Orientation Mohammed Idris has pledged his unalloyed support to ensure that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC Radio achieves its full objective.

He stated this during the commissioning of its public information infrastructure, the EFCC RADIO 97.3FM. in Abuja 

The Minister while expressing gratitude for the nation’s premier law enforcement agencies extending its public communications and engagement reach by establishing an FM radio station, urged the Commission to be deliberate and strategic about shaping the narratives around the all-important war being waged against corruption in the country.

As a public-facing agency, it is indeed very important for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to be deliberate and strategic about shaping the narratives around the all-important war being waged against corruption in our country.

Rest assured that I will do everything in my power to support your goals and objectives.

We will also, working through the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), ensure that we encourage other relevant public sector agencies to do likewise, and contribute to the task of informing, enlightening, and sensitizing the public.

The second pillar of our 5-point Agenda at the Ministry of Information and National Orientation is to amplify the policies and programs of the Federal Government, and I am happy that we now have this new partner, EFCC RADIO 97.3FM joining us to assist in achieving this goal.

The first pillar of that five-point agenda is to restore trust in public communications in Nigeria. I want to, based on this, charge the management and staff of this new station, to strive to operate at all times by the timeless principles and ethics of the practice of broadcasting and journalism.

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