Anti-Graft War: Buhari Approves 2, 250 Job Openings For EFCC
As part of plans to upgrade up the anti-graft war, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved 2, 250 job slots for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The agency will recruit over 750 new employees per annum over three years.
The anti-graft agency in conjunction with the Federal Character Commission (FCC) began recruitment test nationwide based on the zonal offices of the EFCC in order to create a level-playing ground for candidates.
The commission was also said to have resorted to zonal basis in order to avoid a repeat of the stampede which affected a similar exercise in the Nigerian Immigration Service.
The President approved the slots to increase the commission’s number of core and support staff since the anti-graft war is moving to the next stage.