By Dipo Olowookere
The Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) has sought collaboration with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) as part of efforts to ensure continuous transparency in its operations.
Speaking during a courtesy visit to the office of the acting Chairman of EFCC, Mr Ibrahim Magu, in Abuja, the Managing Director/CEO, NLNG, Mr Tony Attah, stated that the organization had placed premium on transparency.
According to him, “this is made evident through the establishment of integrity clubs in our schools to set the baseline for values.”
“We hold the EFCC in high esteem, as it is the only hope of Nigeria in the area of transparency. We will continue to seek your assistance, especially when we are targeted by miscreants. We also appreciate your efforts in redeeming the image of Nigeria in the international community,” he added.
Responding, Mr Magu expressed delight at Attah’s efforts to ensure transparency in its operations.
“We are ready to partner with you and render our assistance in every way possible. I hope that other organizations will also copy what you are doing,” Magu said.
The NLNG boss was accompanied during the visit by Mr Sadiq Mai-bornu, Deputy Managing Director, NLNG; Kudo Eresia-Eke, General Manager, External Relations; Mr Kabiru Aminu, Senior Security Adviser; Salem Sallam, Manager, Government Relations and Lukman Longe, Ag Manager, Corporate Security Services.