The governor’s identity is unknown, and his state’s location in the country’s north-central region is only partially recognized.
In the current issue of the agency’s in-house magazine, “EFCC Alert,” the agency’s head, Abdulrasheed Bawa, predicted that Nigerians would soon learn more about the blossoming corruption story.
Bawa’s interview, which was originally granted to TVC, was published in the “Setting the Records Straight” column of the monthly e-magazine by the agency’s media unit.
“Nigerians will witness some of the things that we are doing very soon,” he stated. I can assure you that the new Department of Intelligence that we have established is performing admirably.
According to the EFCC, a serving governor withdrew $60 billion in cash over the course of six years.
A governor allegedly stole N60 billion from public funds over a six-year period, according to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The identity of the governor is unknown, and his state’s location in the country’s north-central region is only vaguely understood.
Abdulrasheed Bawa, the agency’s chairman, projected that Nigerians would soon discover more about the burgeoning corruption narrative in the current issue of the agency’s in-house magazine, “EFCC Alert.”
Bawa’s interview, which was originally granted to TVC, was published in the agency’s media unit’s monthly e-“Setting magazine’s the Records Straight” column.
“Some of the things we’re doing will be seen by Nigerians very soon,” he said. I can assure you that our newly constituted Department of Intelligence is operating admirably. They’ve created a plan.
“I can guarantee you that [on them] we are working.” We don’t want to discuss topics that are currently being investigated. We did, in fact, summon a former governor [Lucky Igbinedion] for questioning. He remained with us for two days and has since been freed; the investigation is ongoing, but we are being cautious so that we are not accused of conducting a media trial,” he said.