The National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has praised President Muhammadu Buhari over the assignment of Abdulrasheed Bawa as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The gathering noticed that Bawa is a bold debasement warrior who had recorded numerous triumphs at work.
MICNAIJ reviews that the President, on Tuesday designated the 40-year-old Abdulrasheed Bawa as meaningful executive of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Responding, the NYCN depicted Abdulrasheed Bawa as a “elite wrongdoing buster,” whose administrations as Chairman of the Commission would propel the battle against debasement in the country.”
The gathering’s response was contained in an articulation gave and made accessible to MICNAIJ on Wednesday by its leader, Solomon Adodo.
The NYCN required the quick endorsement of Bawa’s arrangement by the Senate, adding that the help of Bawa is direly required in the country as defilement keeps on puncturing through in various parts of the public authority.
It said Bawa’s arrangement was an incredible success for Nigerian adolescents, however goes further to remind youthful Nigerians to consistently be set up to take administrative roles.
The NYCN communicated certainty on the designated EFCC chief, focusing on that he had extraordinary records as a comrade Nigerian, subsequently the best for the work.
The assembled focused on that Bawa had faced numerous conflicts in the Commission in any event, when his life was compromised.
“Nobody can all the more likely comprehend the operations of the Commission than a youthful official who has burned through the entirety of his profession years inside the foundation starting from where the Commission was set up with its novel order to stop the negative tide of monetary wrongdoings.
“Through persevering examination, Mr. Bawa had the option to uncover the Petroleum Subsidy Fraud somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2015 N70Billion, recuperated Billions and a few organizations were indicted appropriately,” the gathering said.
In the interim, numerous Nigerians had raised worries over the arrangement, refering to an online report on Bawa’s past records.