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EFCC and ICPC is our case study

11 December 2014, 18:32 Jibunor George Chuks

Yes as it looks they are trying to an extent but one could ask and continue to ask how effective has this groups remained in the face of some hardcore real frauds and corrupt practices?

What to score them is what I am still looking for. Are the yahoo yahoo guys and girls the only fraud stars we know? But it seems our agencies(EFCC and ICPC) is only interested in their case.

Let the truth be told and let evil people and devil bear the shame. The past and present leaders who have stolen and have looted huge amount of money from their post, please where are they and who is disturbing them?

Also read: EFCC opposes Babalakin application to quash fraud charge

Anyway we all know that these criminals are the ones who created and formed them. Let not deceive ourselves because this is a wicked act. The news we hear is that “James a graduate or undergraduate of so so university, duped Mrs or Mr Woodwork from Canada or USA of a sum of $16000 or €18000”.

We are tired of all this, where the main criminals in governments are walking everywhere and throwing parties up and downs. Contracts awarded that they failed to do! What is it, scam or equity? Spending of unnecessary government money is what! Fraud or accountability?

Let's wake up, because we have been played enough. Not interested on internet scams, but set example with what you have in front of you. Charity they say, begins from home.

Help the politicians to be accountable and this will be highly appreciated and serve as a good example even for the internet scams called 419 group.

God bless!

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