The Nigeria Police and the Department of State Security (DSS) have restated their commitment to work in synergy with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), in the promotion and sustenance saying the synergy was of peace in Nigeria.
The security agencies expressed the commitment while receiving a delegation of EFCC officials from the Ibadan zonal office, who recently paid courtesy calls on their respective formations in Oyo State.
Led by the Ibadan zonal head, Kanu Idagu, the EFCC team visited the state’s Commissioner of Police, Joe Enwonwu, at the command headquarters in the state capital.
Idagu praised the police for their contribution to the sterling successes recorded by the EFCC since inception.
He sought more cooperation and better synergy with the Force in order to achieve a safer society for people living within the country.
In his response, Enwonwu described the relationship between the security agencies as rewarding, which, according to him, had helped in promoting peace and reducing crime across the country.
“There is no rivalry, no competition between us. We are one, working together to reduce crime to the barest minimum in our clime”, he said.
The EFCC team later met with the state Director of DSS, Abel Achi he praised the EFCC for its outstanding performance and pledged continued support to the Commission.
“We will collaborate with you to achieve your set objectives. We will not rest on our oars as we work with other stakeholders, including your agency, to strive for a crime-free country,” he said.