The Benin Zonal Commander of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Muhtar Bello, has charged youths and teenagers to embrace discipline and shun all forms of criminality.
The Zonal Commander stated this while speaking to a group of youths and teenagers under the aegis of Royal Ambassadors, Calvary Baptist Church, NIFOR, near Benin City.
The Zonal Commander who was represented by Williams Oseghale, Head, Public Affairs Department, Benin Zonal Command urged the youths and teenagers to embrace hardwork, discipline and uphold the right values.
He warned them to avoid peer pressure as it was capable of derailing their destinies. “I urge you to stay away from bad influence. Don’t derail your destiny by associating with people who engages in social vices. Let no friend or colleague tell you that there is a short cut to success. Determination and hardwork are the only way to success. Stay away from cybercrimes and internet fraud. Yahoo yahoo is not a sustainable way of life.” he said.
Agho Lucky Uhunama, president of the group thanked the Commission for the enlightenment campaign which he said has equipped them for the future. “Now we are aware of what constitutes financial and economic crimes. We will hold onto what we have heard.”