Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), attended the 7th Session of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, UNCAC, at the U.N. House, Vienna, Austria.
In a chat with Gilean Dell, Coordinator, UNCAC Coalition, Magu said, “I have conscience. In spite of the deliberate act to annoy me and make me think of throwing the towel, my conscience tells me that I should not give up.
I shall continue to fight the corruption war until my last breath. My dream is to leave a better Nigeria, free of corruption, to the next generation. We cannot continue the way we are going, otherwise, there will be no Nigeria for the next generation.”
“This rubbish called corruption was caused by my generation, so it is our duty to fight it and annihilate it. We must leave a better life for the next generation.
We have a President who has a zero tolerance for corruption. I therefore have no excuse not to take advantage of the situation to make an indelible mark in the fight against corruption in Nigeria.”