After decades of beaming its searchlight on politically exposed persons and those in the private sector, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has said it will now investigate corruption among law enforcement agencies.
Acting chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, who dropped the hint in Abuja while speaking with newsmen, said the commission was investigating allegation of corruption in the civil service.
“We are also looking at sister services. We will investigate corruption in the sister services, particularly law enforcement agencies.
“If you check your record, you will see that we are involved in everything. That is not to say that we are better than other law…
Source: Nigerian Tribune