EFCC has Ordered Bankers to Declare their Assets Before June 1


The new EFCC chairman, Abdulrasheed Bawa, who had already hit the ground running after his appointment and confirmation, has rolled out another fresh hammer, and this time it is targeted at the banking industry.

Bawa, who had a meeting with President Buhari on Tuesday, then after the meeting met with journalists, and the whole speaking to the journalists, he disclosed that The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has ordered bank employees to declare their assets in accordance with the bank employees declaration of assets act.

The act requires every bank employee to make full disclosure of all assets within 14 days of assuming duty with a bank. The anti-graft agency has also set a June 1 deadline for workers to comply with the directive.

He said; “Let me just put this, we understood that at the tail end of every financial crime is for the criminal to have access to the funds that he or she has illegitimately gotten and we’re worried about the roles of financial institutions,” “And 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 Assets Act.


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