The Economic Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, had long identified religion as a potent tool in fighting corruption in Nigeria.

EFCC chairman, Bawa stated this during a visit to Kukah Centre for Faith and leadership on Thursday, June 2, 2022.

According to him, the stand informed the establishment of an Interfaith Committee that produced a Preaching and Teaching Manual for Muslims and Christians in Nigeria.

An elated Bawa, who visited the centre for dialogue on how the Commission can partner with the Centre in preventing corruption and fraud in Nigeria, thanked Bishop Kukah for his efforts in promoting religious harmony in the country.

The Chairman of the Center, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah who received the EFCC boss noted that interfaith dialogue is at the core of the Centre’s work and involves actively promoting conversations among Nigeria’s faith communities, as well as between leaders in faith and public policy.

He introduced Bawa to staff of the Centre and conducted him round its facilities.

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