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We Were Able To Secured 865 Convictions In 2020 – EFCC





Economic and Financial Crimes Cimmision EFCC in an information dusclosed by it’s Acting Chairman, Mohammer Umar Abba, Noted that the Angency has secured  856 convictions from a total of 1,305 cases it filed in the courts all through 2020.

Mohammed Umar Abba said a total of 10, 152 petitions were received while 7,340 cases were currently under investigation.

The EFCC Acting Chairman noted that the agency has made huge cash recoveries and also seizure of significant number of assets of corrupted persons following legal due process.

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The EFCC Boss gave the statement in his end of the year message, in a statement on wednesday by the EFCC spokeperson, Mr Wilson Uwujaren, titled, ‘EFCC secured 865 convictions, recieves 10,152 petitions in 2020.

The EFCC Boss also thanked all staffs of  the commission for their dedication, hardwork and sacrifices in carrying out thier duties and for contributing to the huge record achieved in 2020.

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However, said that the commission, in spite of the overwhelming odds, still try to give all the best to achieve this feet and milestones.

Abba also expressd his desire to make the commission more effective with expansion of activities, working on existing collaborations with other law eforcemenrmt agencies, building new linkages with relavant stakeholders and also to improve on the commission processes and procedures.

The Boss reassured the staffs of managements commitment to their welfare at all times in order to ensure greater performance in the future.

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Boss Abba charged the Staff of the commission to be more committment to the anti-graft campaaign.

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