EFCC to Rehabilitate ‘Yahoo boys’ Convicted in Nigeria

EFCC to Rehabilitate ‘Yahoo boys’ Convicted in Nigeria | Daily Report Nigeria

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has said it wants to rehabilitate Nigerians prosecuted for internet fraud.

It explained that the programme would be targeted at youths that have been convicted for “yahoo yahoo” related offences.

EFCC Chairman Abdulrasheed Bawa disclosed this in a meeting with Citizenship and Leadership Training Centre officials.

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CLTC Director-General Soji Eniade led the delegation to the EFCC headquarters in Abuja.

The anti-graft chief stated he was concerned about the future of young Nigerians.

He said:

I do not derive joy in the arrest, investigation and prosecution of thousands of youths in productive ages, but the job must be done.”

Bawa revealed the system must be concertedly cleansed of all forms of economic and financial crimes.

The rehabilitation exercise would focus on psychological approaches to morality and cognitive sanity, literacy skills, and work training.

Speaking on the goal of the programme, Bawa maintained it was to reintegrate offenders back into society.

However, this would be after their jail term.

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