Acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu yesterday disclosed that looters of the country’s treasury now keep illicit funds in Ghana.
Magu made the disclosure at the commission’s corporate headquarters after the Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management & Politics, Ghana, formally decorated and conferred the Fellowship of the Institute on him.
According to the anti-graft czar, the commission was already in touch with the Ghanaian authorities to finalise plans on how to repatriate the alleged looters to the country for prosecution.
He added that strategies were also in place to seize their assets and return them to the Federal government. His words: “Even in Ghana, there are a lot of looters hiding there. We are already in touch with the authorities to bring them back, we will also seize their assets and return them to the Federal government.”
According to Magu, the commission has ruffled many feathers and has touched…
Source: Guardian Newspaper