EFCC Arrests Fake Investigator Over Attempt to Defraud Gov. Al Makura … Police Officer for impersonation
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission today, December 22, arrested one Mohammed Momoh, a farmer, for attempting to defraud the governor of Nasarawa State, Alhaji Tanko Al- Makura.
The suspect while posing as a “Private investigator from the Villa“ had approached the wife of the governor with a proposition to help stop a purported investigation of two accounts belonging to the governor, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. He claimed he came across information regarding the two accounts that had been under investigation since 2011 and also intercepted mails and gotten wind of investigation report purportedly sent to First Bank by the EFCC.
As Christians all over the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, the Acting Executive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu has charged them to seek the ways of Christ and exemplify His tenets of love and uprightness in their daily lives.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has received commendation from the Senate for the performance of its 2017 budget.
Senator Godfrey Chukwuka Utazi, Chairman, Senate Committee on Anti-Corruption and Financial Crimes, gave the commendation during the 2017 budget evaluation at the National Assembly, Abuja.
“The budget year hasn't been easy for everybody, but we appreciate all the Commission has done so far in the fight against corruption in the country”, he said.
Utazi, who commended the numerous achievements of the anti-graft agency, urged it not to despair in its efforts to rid the nation of economic and financial crimes adding that “corruption fight is a thankless job”.