The fight against corruption in Nigeria is set to take another turn in the next few months based on the new move the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, is making.
1) FEC approves $1.5bn for rehabilitation of Port Harcourt refinery.The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday approved 1.5 billion dollars for the rehabilitation of the Port Harcourt Refinery in Rivers State.
Today's Headlines: EFCC Probe Prominent Minister And Tinubu's Successor, EFCC Send Message To Bankers
During the ongoing probe of a former Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service, Babatunde Fowler by the Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Babajide Fashola's name was mentioned this crime.
During the week, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and several state police made arrests, in relation to crimes such as advanced internet scams, murder, and drug traffic.In the reports which made headlines in local newspapers and blogs.
The new and youngest Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairman, Mr Abdulrasheed Bawa is trending on Twitter this afternoon for a decision he made about bankers According to reports, the EFCC chairman has instructed bankers throughout the nation to declare their assets before June 1.
On Tuesday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) ordered all bank officials to declare their assets.They also revealed that the exercise would commence on 1st June 2021.
A Twitter user identified as "Oluyemi Fasipe" has taken to his Twitter page to dig up an old case concerning the ex-governor of Delta state, James Ibori.
News broke the internet yesterday that the EFCC boss, Abdulrasheed Bawa has ordered Bankers across all financial institutions in the country to declare their assets unfailingly on June 1.
35-year-old Emmanuel Chigozie Eze who heads the sales department for P&G Company has been arrested by members of the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), Uyo Zonal Office for allegedly embezzling a sum of N20m from the company he worked for.
In life, we all know that all fingers are not equal when it comes to finances, making some individuals to go into illegal and fishy things just to make money.
Former Nigerian Senator representing Kaduna central has blasted the economic financial crime commission (EFCC) for using their social media handle to lie and misinformed the public about his proceedings in the court.
As the news continues getting more viral, of a staff who stole N20 million play sports bet.This staff of P&G company has been arrested earlier this week by the Economic financial crime commission (efcc) of uyo zonal office.
Ever since assuming the role of Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Abdulrasheed Bawa who is a young detective and law enforcement agent has obviously been working hard to fight financial and economic related crimes in Nigeria.
In life, everyone is entitled to their own opinions, bringing us to the fact that the EFCC boss has ordered bankers to declare their assets latest by 1 of June.
Dear Abdulrasheed Bawa I'm writing this letter to you as one of the citizens of Nigeria who want the country to move forward.My purpose for writing this letter to you is not to condemn the order you gave Bankers in the country to submit their asset.
The new boss of the EFCC has been working wonders since he came into power, and only in his 40th age Director General Adbulrasheed Bawa, has shown the required acumen, boldness and spirit required to lead the EFCC to the next level, where they would be able to end all
A man by name Emmanuel Chidozie Eze, has been arrested by the economic and financial crimes commission for allegedly stealing company funds in Uyo which he claimed was used for sports betting due to his addiction to betting.
Photo used for illustration Internet crimes are being perpetrated in lots of countries in the world today.Scammers have turned this internet crime as a means of making money, some have even turned it to a full time job.
The EFCC President Abdulrasheed Bass has yet to give his Asset declerationg at the Code of Conduct Bureau, workers working at Bureau make this known to the people Gazette.
In an ironic twist to the Company's name, a staff of Procter and Gamble, has been nabbed for blowing the company's Twenty Million Naira sales money on gambling.