EFCC set to recover looters hidden assets in African countries. | AfriTV Online

The acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu said the commission is set and on the verge of signing an agreement with Ghana and some other African countries where looters hide their stolen assets. Speaking in...

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EFCC set to recover looters hidden assets in African countries.

Published by: Da channel
06/28/2020 01:46 PM

The acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu said the commission is set and on the verge of signing an agreement with Ghana and some other African countries where looters hide their stolen assets.

Speaking in Abuja where he was inducted into the 2020 hall of fame by the Governing Council of the Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management And Politics (Ghana), he revealed that the fight against corruption has not been an easy fight but the commission will not relent following the fact that corruption is fighting back and trying to damage the good efforts of the commission.

 

 According to him, The Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics in Ghana is a respectable Institute, and he considers it a great honour to be decorated as a Fellow of the great Institute.  He also considered it a great privilege as a Nigerian to be considered for an international honour and appreciation like this.  What all of these have shown is that the world is watching what they are doing in this corner of the world.

 However, anti-corruption war is truly tough and demanding, but it has its rewards. Honour is greater than gold and appreciation is more important than gratification.  As a law enforcement officer of more than 30-years experience, I know what it takes to tackle corruption.  This is why I always say that fighting corruption is not a tea party. It is not a cocktail party either.  There are hazards on the job. It is by the mercy and grace of Almighty Allah that we are overcoming all the challenges the job entails, he said.

 

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