ADEOLA AJAYI, EKITI
The word corruption is the center frame of Nigeria while the word development is a taboo to the modern age of Nigeria.
Series of questions were issued to the acting chairman of Economic Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu, he stated “no amount of blackmail and mischief” will deter him in fighting corruption.
Despite the Commission is facing a huge of pressure, criticism the acting Chairman voiced that offender and corrupt practioner will be put to test. He stated further
Those stealing, embezzling, hiding and carrying our wealth away are not our friends. We must stop them. We must stop looters. We must stop the industry of corruption by all means and we shall surely stop them,” he said.
“Fighting corruption is not a tea party. More than ever before, fraudsters are devising new techniques and strategies every day to beat established rules and systems.
“Besides, several fight-back ploys are also being fashioned to distract and discourage genuine fighters of corrupt practices. For us, all these strategies are all too-known. We are familiar with the desperation of fraudsters.
“We are familiar with their blackmail and campaign of calumny but we will not give up. We will continue to expose and bring corrupt elements to book. We will never give up!”
He said the commission is too focused to be distracted, and that it has a lot of results “to show for our efforts.”