EFCC Deploys Officers For Election Monitoring Duties, Releases Incident Reporting Hotlines
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has deployed officers of the commission to the 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory, to monitor the polls.
This is part of efforts to ensure the integrity of the February 25, 2023, Presidential and National Assembly elections.
The Executive Chairman of the EFCC, Abdulrasheed Bawa charged the operatives to be conscious of the interest of the nation and to exhibit a high sense of professionalism in the discharge of their duties.
“You are out on a national assignment and I expect you to conduct yourselves responsibly in line with our core values of professionalism, integrity, and courage. You have a responsibility to ensure that this election is devoid of financial malpractices, especially the inducement of voters. The attention of the world is focused on Nigeria and we must do what is necessary to ensure that we have credible, free, and fair elections”.
Apart from the teams deployed across the country, the EFCC has also released incidents reporting hotlines for the 36 states of the Federation and the FCT.
A statement by the anti-graft agency Spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, reads,
“The commission urges members of the public to report any case of vote buying or selling or other evidence of financial malpractices designed to compromise the electoral outcome through these hotlines.
“Members of the public can also report anyone trying to buy or sell votes by making use of the EFCC financial crimes reporting App, Eagle Eye, which is available for download on the Google Play or Apple store.
“Additionally, the public can reach the Commission through our social media handle, @officialefcc, or by email, [email protected]
“The hotlines and Eagle Eye App flyers are attached to this statement.”
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