Performing Chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee, Ibrahim Magu, has stated that many Nigerian looters are hiding in Ghana, SaharaReporters experiences.
Magu disclosed this when a delegation of the Chartered Institute of Public Assets Administration and Politics visited the EFCC headquarters in Abuja on Friday.
He stated the fee was placing assets collectively to go after the treasury looters and get better the nation’s wealth stashed within the neighbouring West African nation.
Magu additionally urged Nigerians to ignore experiences about him and the fee, saying the EFCC actions are clear.
He stated, “Corruption is a borderless crime. We’re placing our assets collectively to permit us go to Ghana with out restrictions and restoration our stolen property again house.
“I’m interesting to Nigerians to belief the fee with related details about corrupt practices within the nation.
“There are a whole lot of looters hiding in Ghana. We’re already speaking, we are going to carry them again. We are going to go carry the property again to the nation.
“We comply with the worldwide greatest follow in relation to areas of investigations, tracing of looted property, recovering looted property. All of us have our data.
“We’re conscious that now we have ruffled many feathers. We’ve got touched the untouchables and now we have dared lions of their dens. We’re doing all these, not as a result of we love risks and loss of life, we’re doing them as a result of we worth the consolation and growth which anti-corruption brings.
“We worth good lives for our fellow women and men and we worth higher future for all our youngsters. The prices of combating corruption could also be grave, however the prices of not combating it’s extra lethal.
“That is why we proceed to name on each Nigerian to enlist within the anti-graft battle. A great battle is a battle that’s waged by the bulk for the great of all.”