...By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media.
Reverend Fr. Ejike Mbaka, from the Adoration Ministry in Enugu, extended his sympathies to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) following a recent fire incident that engulfed one of its buildings.
The clergyman paid a visit to the Enugu zonal command, expressing his condolences and support for the commission.
Sympathy and Visit to Enugu Zonal Command:
On Wednesday, Reverend Fr. Ejike Mbaka visited the Enugu zonal command of the EFCC, where he conveyed his sympathy to the commission.
Welcomed by Commander ACE I Aliyu Nuhu Naibi, the clergyman had the opportunity to tour the affected facility briefly.
He expressed gratitude to God that no lives were lost during the fire incident.
Appreciation and Assurance from Naibi:
In response to Mbaka’s visit, Commander Naibi expressed gratitude for the gesture and assured him that the fire had not affected the command’s files and other essential working tools.
He emphasized that the EFCC had digitized its operations, ensuring the preservation and accessibility of crucial data.
Naibi further reassured that all detainees were safe, files were recovered, most computer systems were restored, and critical components remained in good condition.
Divine Protection and Support:
Reverend Fr. Ejike Mbaka conveyed his belief in the divine intervention and protection that would continue to safeguard every member of the EFCC’s staff.
His assurance signified his faith that God’s hand would guide and preserve those working within the commission.
Reverend Fr. Ejike Mbaka’s visit to the EFCC Enugu zonal command demonstrated his empathy and solidarity towards the commission following the fire incident.
The clergyman expressed relief that no lives were lost and extended his support to the affected staff.
Commander Naibi, in response, appreciated Mbaka’s visit and assured him of the commission’s operational continuity and the safety of its detainees.
Reverend Mbaka’s message of divine protection provided reassurance and comfort to the members of the EFCC.