The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has recouped over N11bn money related resources in 2020 notwithstanding the COVID-19 flare-up. The Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Mr Umar Abba, who revealed this, additionally said the Commission recorded more than 646 convictions inside this year, NAN reports.
Abba unveiled this to the Senate Committee on Anti-Corruption and Financial Crimes in Abuja on Tuesday.
He said Nigerians positioned the counter join organization higher than other law organization in the nation.
An announcement by EFCC representative, Wilson Uwajaren said the anti-graft Czar likewise communicated his disappointment over the disintegrating condition of some seized vehicles.
He, nonetheless, focused on that the Commission related to the Attorney General of the Federation is moving in the direction of settling the issue.
In his words,
“The EFCC is doing remarkably well above all other law-enforcement agencies in the country and that is why the UNODC and National Bureau of Statistics in the 2017 survey they conducted ranked EFCC as the most effective government agency in Nigeria.
We are working on this challenge and I am sure the Attorney General of the Federation is coming out with a gazette so that this issue will be a thing of the past. It involves not only vehicles, but also landed properties.”
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