Students across the country have been charged to strive to earn a decent livelihood through legitimate means. The head of the Kaduna office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mailafia Yakubu gave the advice when he played host to students of Dialogue College, Kaduna, on an excursion to the Zonal Office.
Mailafia lectured the students on the activities of the Commission and conducted them on a facility tour of the expansive office.
The zonal head urged the students to study hard so that they can earn money legitimately. He equally tasked them to shun the get-rich-quick syndrome, which could lead them to get involved in fraudulent activities.
The students asked questions that pertain to the fight against corruption while their team leader thanked the Commission for her hospitality, adding that they are better informed about the Commission’s activities.