• Group faults EFCC’s request to retain recovered money

    Group faults EFCC’s request to retain recovered money

    The Citizens Advocacy for Social and Economic Rights (CASER) has faulted the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC’s) recent request for powers to retain a percentage of money recovered by it.

    This is contained in a statement signed by the group’s Executive Director, Mr Frank Tietie, in Abuja on Wednesday.

    Tietie said that allowing anti-graft agencies in the country to directly benefit from recovered crime proceeds would “serve as a bad motivation for economic and financial law enforcement”.

    He argued that the request […]