Magu Begs FG To Fight Against Cyber Crime

EFFC acting chairman Ibrahim Magu has urged the Federal Government to pay rapt attention to cybercrime in the country because of its effect on the economy.

He was represented by Micheal  Wetkast,  head of Gombe office of the commission.
Has said that the involvement of unscrupulous Nigerians in cyber fraud is impacting negatively on the country’s image globally and discouraging foreign direct investment.

Stating that, every email sent from Nigeria is being screened before delivery, and   Nigerians are denied visas to other countries.

He, however, expressed optimism that the commission’s ongoing collaboration with the Federal Bureau for Investigation (FBI) and other international law enforcement agencies would be sustained. This is as a major step toward addressing the menace of computer-based fraud.


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