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“I will resign if I do not see the Yahaya Bello case through to the end” – EFCC Chairman (VIDEO)

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Ola Olukoyede, the chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has vowed to see former Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello’s case through to its rightful end.

During a Tuesday interview with reporters at the EFCC Headquarters in the Jabi neighborhood of Abuja, the anti-graft head promised to hold those responsible for the former governor’s imprisonment accountable.

He declared that he and his team would not give up on assisting in the nation’s sanitization, regardless of what is done or how much the anti-graft agency is attacked.

Olukoyede emphasized that if the EFCC fails, Nigeria fails and stated that the agency needs the support of Nigerians to succeed. He claimed that the current initiatives have improved the foreign market and the value of the Naira.

Watch the Video below:


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