Michael Olanrewaju, Ilorin.
The chairman Economic and Financial crimes commission (EFCC) Mr Ibrahim Magu said that the commission will ensure the repatriation of all looters back to the country and get them prosecuted.
Mr Magu made the disclosure while speaking with Journalists during a familiarisation visit to the EFCC zonal office in Ilorin ,the Kwara state capital.
He also disclosed that the commission in collaboration with the National Youth Corps would embark on a nationwide rally against corruption in the month of February
He added that the commission is collaborating with the international community to ensure no corrupt individual is allowed to evade trial for his actions.
Mr Magu also called for collaboration of all stakeholders like the media to support the commission in the fight against corruption in the country.
According to him some individuals are not aware of the grave consequences of corruption.
He therefore called for more sensitisation of the members of the public on the dangers of corruption.
The EFCC chairman debunked insinuations on the establishment of the commission’s office in Ilorin as he said that it was not because of an individual just as he said that he was not worried over the delay in his confirmation as the substantive head of commission .
He however called on the general public to support the commission in the fight against corruption to enable it succeed.