Elections 2019: EFCC releases hotlines for reporting electoral fraud

Elections 2019: EFCC releases hotlines for reporting electoral fraud

- Just a few hours to the presidential election in the country, the EFCC has released some hotlines to report electoral fraud

- The commission called on Nigerians to use the call the number as soon as they have authentic evidence against malpractices in the election

- The anti-graft body also said people who report will be rewarded according to the whistle-blowing policy

Less than 24 hours to the presidential election on Saturday, February 16, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has called on Nigerians to report any electoral fraud immediately they notice it.

The commission said that fraudulent activities, especially in the area of vote buying should be reported so the anti-graft agency can make prompt arrest.

Legit.ng gathered the mobile numbers that the report can made to from the commission’s social media page.

The number to call in the case of electoral malpractices are as follows according to each office of the EFCC across the federation:

ABUJA HQ------ 08141219896, 09077928772, 09051923475, 09074456025, 09051916064, 09066270016

ABUJA ZONAL OFFICE----08033492025, 08123827088

LAGOS OFFICE ---08033106347, 08123827088

PORT HARCOURT OFFICE ------ 08065642958

KANO OFFICE ---08033500256

GOMBE OFFICE ---07061813411

KADUNA OFFICE ---08037623831, 08058437872

ENUGU OFFICE ---07064917920

BENIN OFFICE ---08036008537

MAIDUGURI OFFICE ---08035899836, 08123827019

UYO OFFICE ---08055112603, 08180008030

SOKOTO OFFICE ---09085666666, 08081765401

ILORIN OFFICE ---08034516071

MAKURDI OFFICE ---08036328837

IBADAN OFFICE ---07030885555

The EFCC also offered rewards to anyone that may have authentic evidence of electoral fraud in their area according to the whistle-blowing policy of the country.

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Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported that the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen, reportedly debunked reports claiming that his residence was on Tuesday, January 15, invaded by operatives of the EFCC.

The senior special adviser to the CJN on media, Awassam Bassey, described the alleged invasion as false news.

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