- Nigerian looters are no longer thronging to the United States of America and the United Kingdom
- This was disclosed by a former presidential panel investigator based in the United Kingdom, Evangelist Victor Uwajeh
- The anti-corruption activist commended the Buhari-led government on its anti-corruption stance and zeal to fight the scourge of in Nigeria
A former presidential panel investigator based in the United Kingdom, Evangelist Victor Uwajeh, has said that many politically exposed persons from Nigeria can no longer find the United Kingdom and United States of America attractive for money laundering.
Uwajeh, who had served as a consultant to the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), stated that: “the scrutiny of the Nigerian anti-corruption agencies in collaboration with foreign law enforcement agencies has put tremendous pressure on looters of Nigerian commonwealth to stay away from these jurisdictions.”
In a statement sent to journalists on Monday, November 25, the UK based private investigator commended President Muhammadu Buhari-led government on her anti-corruption stance and zeal to fight the scourge of in Nigeria.
Uwajeh also called for the maintenance of the status quo in the anti-corruption agencies, “so as to maintain the current tempo in the fight against corruption in Nigeria.”
According to him, the victory against corruption in Nigeria will impact positively on the lives of the citizenry, even as he urged all stakeholders to continue to expose corruption and corrupt practices and shun the vices at all levels.
While narrating how he has dedicated his life to expose corruption for a greater Nigeria, the private investigator said: “Government must protect all anti-corruption fighters from blackmail and disgrace from corrupt persons.”
Meanwhile, a recent media report indicates that President Buhari will re-nominate Ibrahim Magu as substantive chairman of the EFCC.
Already, the chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), have made the request for Magu’s confirmation if re-nominated during a recent courtesy visit on the Senate leadership.
Sagay said that the country needed Magu in the substantive capacity as EFCC chairman in the ongoing war against corruption.
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