EFCC Boss, Ibrahim Magu
By Chris Suleiman, Abuja
Acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu on Thursday formally requested for the designation of specific judges to handle EFCC cases.
The Acting Chairman who was on a working visit to Ibadan Oyo State Capital.
solicited the support, guidance, and collaboration of all stakeholders in Oyo State.
The anti-corruption boss also informed the judges of the opening of a Zonal office of the EFCC in Ibadan and assured them that the Commission would transfer all the cases relating to their zone to the new office.
At the office of the state Chief Judge, he stressed that, “we are partners in the task of ridding the nation of corrupt practices.
We all have a stake in the fight for the sake of the nation. We should be prepared to give our today for the tomorrow of our children”.
The Chief Judge of Oyo State, Justice Muntai Ladipo Abimbola scored the EFCC high in its handling of economic and financial crimes and assured that trial of suspects of corrupt practices will accorded more attention.