Tuesday, March 19, 2019

EFCC Clamps Down On Outgoing Governors

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has said it would begin prosecution of outgoing governors who prima facie cases of corruption have been established against them following investigations by the Commission.

The commission said the prosecution will begin as soon as they hand over on May 29.

It revealed that steps have been taken to ensure that any of them who have question to answer
regarding corruption does not escape.

It, however, did not reveal identities of the governors involved.

Acting spokesman of the anti-graft body, Tony Orilade also disclosed that governors who have been found to be involved in vote buying during the recently concluded election would be made to face the music.

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