NIGERIANS who looted from the country’s treasury and ran to Ghana may no longer find peace in the neighboring West African country, as efforts are being made by the Buhari administration to recover properties bought with stolen Nigerian money in that country.
This was made known on Friday by the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission – EFCC, Ibrahim Magu.
Magu said that the EFCC is partnering with its counterpart in Ghana on the impending asset recovery operation.
“Corruption is a borderless crime. We are putting our resources together to allow us to go to Ghana without restrictions and recover our stolen property back home,’’ the Acting EFCC boss said in a statement signed by the commission’s spokesman, Dele Oyewale.
He appealed to Nigerians to trust the commission ‘’with relevant information about corrupt practices in the country.”