The Muslim Congress (TMC) officials were on Wednesday seen at the nation’s anti-graft agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) at its Lagos office in Ikoyi.

The visiting team led by the State Coordinator (Wali) Alhaji Mansour Adebayo was received by Head of Operations, Lagos.

Alhaji Garba appreciates TMC for its commitment towards a virile, peaceful and corruption free society. 

He, however, expressed grave concerns at how endemic corruption has almost overwhelmed the society’s moral fabrics.

TMC urged EFCC to setup a media team for value reorientation purpose such that the future generation may be guided aright.

 The Congress maintained that if this is institutionalize, corruption would gradually loose it momentum.

The visit was part of activities lined-up for this year’s edition of State Annual Week which concludes with State Annual Lecture on October 15 at National Stadium Indoor Sport Complex.

The Weeks’ long activities will be laid to rest with State Annual Lecture at The National Stadium, Suru-Lere, Lagos on Sunday 15th October, 2017. 

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