If I do not oversee the completion of the investigation regarding Bello, I’ll resign –According to EFCC Chair

Bello: We would have exchanged fire but if we had done it there will be casualties–According to EFCC ChairmanOla Olukoyede, the chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has reportedly taken a strong stand on the arrest of Yahaya Bello, the former governor of Kogi State, according to Daily Post. Olukoyede reaffirmed his determination to have Bello captured, revealing that he had personally called Bello and invited him to come before the panel to discuss the accusations made against him. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

But Bello turned down the invitation, so the EFCC declared him wanted even though he was still hiding.

Expressing his resolve, Olukoyede stated that he would oversee the completion of the investigation into Bello’s case personally. He emphasized the gravity of the situation, indicating that if he fails to do so, he would tender his resignation as the EFCC chairman. Olukoyede stressed the importance of public support for the EFCC, underscoring that the success of the agency is crucial for Nigeria’s reputation.

Furthermore, Olukoyede highlighted the positive impact of the EFCC’s efforts on Nigeria’s economy, citing improvements in the value of the Naira and the foreign exchange market. His remarks underscored the agency’s determination to address corruption effectively, signaling a proactive approach in dealing with high-profile cases.

He said: “If I do not personally oversee the completion of the investigation regarding Yahaya Bello, I will tender my resignation as the chairman of the EFCC.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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