he Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu had an interface with stakeholders in the EFCC to interact on ways to further reduce corruption in the society. This was organised by EFCC Ibadan Zonal Office in conjunction with National Orientation Agency, Oyo State Directorate on the 13th of August, 2018. Mr Magu stated that the agency had ensured the prosecution of all corruption cases irrespective of how highly placed the culprit was. In his words, ”In EFCC, we are driven by courage, integrity, professionalism and commitment to the common task of improving the lots of our people at the grassroots as we promote working partnership with all stakeholders,” he said. The EFCC boss stressed that the agency had not and would not engage in a witch-hunt, adding that its activities were in line with international best practices. ”In all that we do, we are guided first by the fear of God and patriotism to our fatherland and the rule of law. In her remarks, Mrs Dolapo Dosunmu, the State Director of National Orientation Agency (NOA), who commended Mr Magu for excellent performance, said the agency was making an impact in the country. She called on all stakeholders to see the fight against corruption as a collective one that all must support.