The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has advised parents to ensure their children stay away from ‘quick money’ ideas.
This was stated by the acting chairman of the commission, Ibrahim Magu, who appeared as a guest on Nargata Radio Kaduna.
Represented by the EFCC Head in Abuja, Magu lamented the high rate of internet-related crimes among youths in Nigeria.
Warning youths against making money illegally, he stated that the watchful eyes of the EFCC will zoom in on them to ensure they are arrested.
He advised that parents should warn their wards “especially as trends show that youth are easy recruits for fraudulent activities.”