The acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, has said that the commission has secured 1,204 convictions since 2015.
He disclosed this while speaking at National Democracy Day Anti-corruption Summit organised by the EFCC in Abuja.
The summit which took place at the Congress Hall of Transcorp Hilton Hotel was tagged “Curbing Electoral Spending: A panacea to Public Corruption”.
”The convictions secured by the Commission since the beginning of this administration reflect a positive progression. In 2015 the Commission secured 103 convictions, 194 in 2016, 189 in 2017 and 312 in 2018. From January 2019 to date the Commission has secured over 406 convictions and recovered several assets worth billions of Naira,” he disclosed.