As the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) intensifies the fight against corruption, it is important that Nigerians have easy access to reaching out to the agency, especially when it comes to filing petitions.
Apart from physical submissions, the EFCC also accepts petitions via a dedicated email.
The email, according to the anti-corruption agency, is email@example.com.
Recently, the commission observed that most petitions sent to it via email are not properly drafted or even typed.
To send the EFCC petitions via email, below are the important elements you must include, as directed by the commission:
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- The petition should be addressed to the executive chairman of the EFCC
- You should include your name, telephone number and address (for contact by the petition)
- The petition being sent by email must have a title
- After the title comes a proper introduction
- The body of the petition should contain the complaint which must be accompanied by facts and documents, sources of information, etc
- The petition should also a conclusion
- The last part of the petition you are sending via email should contain your name and signature
Nigerian lady lands in EFCC net
Meanwhile, a Nigerian lady identified as Precious Iwuji has been nabbed by the officials of the EFCC for allegedly selling her photos and Facebook account to 'Yahoo' boys.
The spokesman for EFCC, Wilson Uwujaren, said preliminary investigation revealed that the pictures and Facebook account the suspect sold to fraudsters were used in defrauding unsuspecting victims.
Legit.ng gathers that the young lady was arrested in the Sabo area of Kaduna, following information that she was allegedly involved in cyber fraud.
Dino Melaye speaks on Hushpuppi allegations
Melaye in a video posted on his official Instagram page on Monday, August 9, said the social media reports suggesting Hushpuppi helped him launder $31million is false.
Man who impersonated EFCC to defraud yahoo boys of N38m caught, he was using money to build 4-bedroom house
He said in pidgin English:
“I just read now for Twitter and Instagram say Hushpuppi help Dino Melaye launder $31million."