The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu has revealed that some governors are afraid of organizing flamboyant parties because of the commission’s eagle eyes.
Magu stated this during his visit to the commission’s zonal office in Makurdi, Benue State, saying that some of the governors were now keeping a low profile.
He said the development was due to the fact that whenever the governors contravened the law, EFCC would come after them, as they were always on the commission’s radar, within and outside the country.
“EFCC is all eyes and ears; wherever and whenever they organise such ostentatious parties, they will be fished out and prosecuted, be it within or outside the country,” he said.
He stressed that the commission would not relent in its efforts at curbing their excesses, stressing that necessary strategies have been put in place to yield results in the fight against corruption.
According to Magu, although corruption is deep-rooted in the country, the Federal Government’s anti-corruption war is yielding positive results.