Nigerian Anti-corruption Company Returns N100 Million Loot To Kwara Authorities




 

The Ilorin Zonal Workplace of the Financial and Monetary Crimes
Fee has handed over N111,428,891 money recovered from treasury
looters to the Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.

On the presentation in Ilorin on Friday,  the Zonal Head, Isyaku
Sharu, mentioned, “We have now 29 convictions and over N500 million restoration of
each belongings and money, a part of this restoration is the N111,428,891 money
restoration for the Kwara state authorities.

“This restoration is from suspected Kwara state treasury looters. The
suspects alleged to have criminally misappropriated landed properties
of Concord holdings whereas different diverted funds meant for micro small
and medium credit score scheme.”

Talking additional, he acknowledged: “The suspects minimize throughout political workplace
holders, conventional rulers and prime civil servants.”

Responding to the gesture, Abdulrazaq mentioned, “We’re overwhelmed
as a result of historical past is being made in Kwara state with the return of our
cash recovered by the EFCC particularly now that there are various
tasks to embark on.

“As we promised to copy the Nigerian authorities social funding
programmes, this money can be used for that programme and we’ll
make our folks realized that the seed cash for social funding
programme earlier than we got here into energy was additionally recovered.

“The cash will go into social funding programme of the state and
additionally go into most wanted programmes. We’d let our folks know that
it’s the cash realized by the EFCC we’re given them in order that they
pays again once they get the mortgage. It’s going to assist to carry hundreds of
folks out of poverty.”