- The year 2021 was a great year for the Economic and Financial Crime Commission as it achieved great success in its activities
- In its most recent one Filing of In its annual report, the Anti-Transplant Agency announced that it had recovered huge funds over the past year
- The EFCC spokesman made this disclosure during an operational review known to the Commission for the year 2021
Rivers, Port Harcourt – Further restorations are assured and the year 2021 was an exceptional year for the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), which collected $ 152 billion and $ 386 million between January and December 2021.
In a Monday, Declaration published January 10 in Port Harcourt said Wilson Uwujaren, spokesman for the K The commission said the numbers came from a review of operational activities for 2021, reports Premium Times.
It noted that the nti-graft Agency closed the year under review also recovered £ 1.182 million and 1.723 million Saudi riyals, The Nation added.
The EFCC is noted to have announced that it has secured 2,220 convictions in the Year 2021. The commission said this was the highest annual conviction record since its inception.
EFCC returns stolen N326,000 to UNIBEN students
Die The sum was given to Gabriel by Adesola Amusan, a deputy commander of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
This came after the student filed a petition with the EFCC in September had filed for illegal withdrawal of N326,000 from the scholarship of 600,000 N deposited into his account. The anti-graft agency raised the money and arrested three suspects after investigating Gabriel’s petition.
Corruption: Citizens must live within their means, Buhari tells Nigerians
In other news, President Muhammadu Buhari is more interested in a corrupt society and to achieve this he has continued the fight against corruption in the country.
In In an interview on Thursday January 6th, Buhari said that one way to fight corruption in Nigeria is: so that citizens can live within their means.
Er added that corruption would continue to flourish as long as Nigerians wanted to live extravagantly.