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Army school graduates 197 EFCC drivers

A three-month training program has been completed by 177 drivers from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) at the Nigerian Army School of Supply and Transport in Benin City, Edo State.

The EFCC Chairman, Abdulrasheed Bawa, thanked the army for allowing the commission to use its facilities to train the drivers during his remarks at their graduation ceremony.

Bawa said, “Today, you are delivering to us a group of professionally trained and disciplined drivers who will join us in achieving our vision of a Nigeria free of economic and financial crimes.”

Bawa stated that the training was intended to address the operational gap in the commission. He however, urged the graduated to view their appointment as a chance to serve their fatherland and give their fair share to the expansion of the commission.

The interim Commandant of the Nigerian Army School of Supply and Transport, Brigadier General UT Otaru, also stated that the training has increased the learners’ abilities and professionalism to work effectively in the law enforcement.

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