Ibrahim Magu, the acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has expressed the readiness of the Commission to assist the Cameroonian government in the area of asset tracking and recovery.
Speaking on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 when he received a five-man delegation from Cameroon in his office, Magu said: ‘‘The Commission will be willing to exchange ideas and experiences with your country in necessary areas as you may desire. I wish to also thank you for your interest in the activities of the Commission.’’
Earlier, the leader of the delegation, Aseh Joseph Malegho, stated that the success story of the Commission had travelled far and wide through different media.
According to him, “Your actions are laudable. We commend you and the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, for your efforts in ridding Nigeria of corruption.
‘‘Your anti-graft war has endeared you to us; that is why we have come to identify with your Commission.’’
Malegho also appealed to the EFCC boss to share his experience in the areas of asset tracing, freezing and recovery as well as how the recovered assets were being ploughed back into the country’s economy. [EFCC]