The Port Harcourt Zonal Commander of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Assistant Commander of the EFCC, ACE Aliyu Naibi has charged Nigerian students to embrace positive values of hard work, innovation and enterprise as effective ways of tackling economic and financial crimes.
He gave this charge on Wednesday, September 6, 2021, while addressing the National Union of Rivers State Students, at their National Cyber Security Summit which held at the Rivers State University, Nkpolu- Oroworujwo, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Naibi, who spoke through the Head, Public Affairs Directorate of the EFCC in Port Harcourt, Dele Oyewale, stressed that cyber crimes had become a global pandemic because of its international destructive effects.
He challenged the students to channel their youthful energy to industry, technological advances and resourceful projects ” because no nation will tolerate fraudulent adventures of its youths. There are always positive things to do with youthful intelligence. Cyber crimes cannot be an alternative to hard work”.
In her remarks, Dr( Mrs) Ipalibo Harry Benigo, Rivers State’s Deputy Governor and Special Guest of Honour at the Summit, charged the students to embrace Information Technology as a potent means of wealth creation and competitive engagement. She commended the initiative of the Union for organising a Summit on Cyber Security and expressed optimism that the lessons learnt at the Summit would empower all the students for useful and more profitable initiatives in future.