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EFCC Teams Up With ICPC for Anti-graft War! | THE STREET JOURNAL
The Executive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde, has re-affirmed the commitment of the EFCC to continue to combat the menace of corrupt practices in the country.
He stated this at the opening ceremony of a five-nation Youth Integrity Camp in Lagos.
Lamorde, who was represented by Mr. Bolaji Salami, Director of Organisational Support of the EFCC, said the EFCC will not relent in its efforts to rid Nigeria of economic and financial crimes.
also reiterated the readiness of the EFCC
to forge stronger collaboration with other stakeholders in the anti-graft war in a bid to free the nation of the scourge of corrupt practices.
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A former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC) , Ibrahim Lamorde,? has secured temporary relief as Justice Gabriel Kolawole of a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja stopped the Senate from going ahead with his probe
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The Nigerian senate has been torn apart along party lines over the probe of the chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde.
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EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Lamorde, had earlier confirmed the investigation at a parley with newsmen last week.
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Ibrahim Lamorde, Ag. Executive Chairman, EFCC with Abubakar Maina, Chairman, Pension Reform Task Team, during a courtesy visit to the EFCC's Headquarters in Abuja recently.
response, Acting Chairman of the EFCC
, Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde
, expressed the Commission's appreciation on the robust relationship existing between the two organizations which he
stressed should be emulated by other agencies.
"We must all join hands to fight this cankerworm called corruption."
, while decrying the denial of pensioners their due entitlement, stated that scam associated with pension administration was callous and avoidable.
disclosed that 42 people are standing trial over offences relating to pension scam and that more people will be prosecuted as investigation continues.
"We hope the prosecution will serve as deterrence to those who may wish to get into this callous and inhuman venture", he
lauded the task force on some of its initiatives especially the bio-metric capturing of pensioners.
said, would go a long way in detecting pension fraud across the country.
further pledged to support the Task Force with manpower even as he
welcomed the portal to be dedicated to the Commission in the Task Force's website, which is aimed at detecting fraudulent transactions.
Reacting to the threat to life of members of the Task Force by those who are affected by their activities, the EFCC helmsman advised the team not to be deterred by any threat to life in the discharge of their duties "because risk element is real in life".
however stressed the need for them to be careful.
Ibrahim Lamorde, Ag. Executive Chairman, EFCC (4th Right) with Abubakar Maina, Chairman, Pension Reform Task Team (5th Left) flanked by members of the Team and Management staff of the EFCC in a photo session after a courtesy visit to the EFCC's Headquarters in Abuja recently.