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Information Sharing, Critical Strength Of Law Enforcement- EFCC

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The Port Harcourt Zonal Commander of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Assistant Commander of the EFCC, ACE Aliyu Naibi has emphasised the need for increased information sharing among law enforcement agencies in Nigeria, stressing that it remains the most critical strength in security services.

He made this disclosure in his office in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on Tuesday, August 31, 2021 while receiving the Comptroller of Rivers Marine Command, Nigeria Immigration Service, Comptroller Helen Onwuzulike, who paid him a Courtesy Visit.

Naibi stated that, with adequate information sharing, the task of law enforcement would become easier and error- free. ” We are all working for Nigeria. Lack of proper understanding and synergy among law enforcement agencies can cause problems. The more we develop, the more we will realise that we need to work together”, he said. He commended the founding fathers of the EFCC for inclusion of different law enforcement agencies, including the Immigration Service, on the board of the Commission. ” The founding fathers of the EFCC knew what they were doing when they put the Immigration Service on the board of the EFCC”, he said.

Earlier in her speech, Onwuzulike explained that law enforcement agencies would always meet at some points but collaborative engagements with one another would grant them access and success. ” Inter- agency relationship is vital. Our jobs meet and we need synergy to succeed in our works. Nigeria is all we have. We will always meet at some points”, she said. She also expressed appreciation to Naibi and his team for according her warm reception.

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