This was contained in a statement by the commission’s acting spokesman, Tony Orilade, in Abuja on Saturday
Ibrahim Magu, acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, has decried the increasing wave of illicit financial flows and votes buying ahead of the general elections.
Ibrahim Magu, Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Committee, has decried the new tactics being used by looters of the nation’s commonwealth to escape the long arm of the law.
The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has called on financial institutions to avoid laundering illicit funds for corrupt politicians and criminals.
Malam Ibrahim Magu, Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, has been conferred with the Nigerian American Award as the ‘Anti-Corruption Crusader of the Year’
Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has called on Nigerians in the Diaspora to join hands with the commission in order to form a united front against corruption.
Acting Spokesperson of the commission, Tony Orilade, who disclosed this in a statement in Abuja, on Friday, named the suspects as Okechukwu Akachukwu and a couple, Onuora Edgar and his wife, Adaora, of Independence Layout, Enugu.
Ibrahim Magu, Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, has congratulated the pioneer Chairman of the commission, Nuhu Ribadu, for winning the most coveted Global Lifetime Award on Anti-Corruption.
Ibrahim Magu, the EFCC Acting Chairman, made this known in an interactive session with Newsmen in Abuja on Wednesday.
The Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has given assurances that the Commission is revving up its investigations into the Malabu Oil scandal and those complicit will be prosecuted.
Magu gave the warning in a statement signed by the commission’s Acting Head, Media and Publicity Tony Orilade in Abuja on Wednesday.
President Muhammadu Buhari had on September 10 forwarded the name of the nominee, who is the chief of staff to the Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, for confirmation as the Secretary of Anti-corruption agency.
The Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has cautioned Bureau de Change operators in the country against aiding corrupt practices of some politicians.
Magu told newsmen at a news conference in Abuja that the commission could not “wait endlessly’’ to prosecute the former minister on several allegations of impropriety against her while in office.
The organization also urged the EFCC and ICPC to “widely publish the outcome of any investigation carried out, and if there is relevant and sufficient admissible evidence, to bring to justice anyone involved”
His appointment had been barely announced when some folks with very long memory of their unpleasant encounter with him in their earlier life stuck the knife in his back; they’ve been twisting it since.
Magu made the call on Monday at the induction programme for governing board members of Federal Government’s agencies, organised by the Bureau for Public Service Reforms in Abuja.