We don’t mount road blocks, not part of our functions

 

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday, May 22, on its twitter page reacted to the activities of criminals parading themselves as officials of the commission. The anti-graft agency said that it is reacting to the illegal activities of those who have been mounting roadblocks in highbrow areas of Lagos state get money from alleged internet fraudsters.

The anti-graft agency said that it is reacting to the illegal activities of those who have been mounting roadblocks in highbrow areas of Lagos state get money from alleged internet fraudsters.  EFCC said it is not part of its operational functions to erect roadblocks nor does it ask anyone to do so on its behalf. The commission said all its operatives carry out their activities according to world’s best practices as they stick to proper procedures given to them. EFCC also specifically and strictly warned the public against one Dorcas Bukola has falsely claimed he is acting under the direction of the commission chairman, Ibrahim Magu. The anti-corruption organization said the invitation Bukola has been dismissed as mere antics and that they do not come from the commission. Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that EFCC Lagos zonal office, on Tuesday, May 21, arrested eight suspected fraudsters for their alleged involvement in internet crime.

Source:legit.ng