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EFCC to demand assest declaration forms of bankers from June 1

THE Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Abdulrasheed Bawa, has reiterated that there will be a paradigm shift in the operations of the anti-graft agency under his watch.

He said there must be departure from the routine to rid Nigeria of financial crimes.

Bawa disclosed this in an interview with State House correspondents after a meeting he had with President Buhari today.

The EFCC boss also said starting from June 1, the commission will be demanding the asset declaration forms of bankers.

He said the decision was in line with the provisions of the Bank, Employees Declaration of Asset Act.

He said, “We understood that at the tail end of every financial crime, it is for the criminal to have access to the funds that he or she has illegitimately acquired and we are worried about the roles of financial institutions.

“We have discussed, but we hope that all financial institutions, particularly the bankers, will declare their assets as provided for by the law, in accordance with the Bank, Employees Declaration of Asset Act.

“The EFCC, come June 1, 2021, will be  demanding for this asset declaration forms, filled by the bankers so that the line that we have drawn from June 1 is really complied with by bankers in particular.”

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