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EFCC Directs Banks Staff To Declare Assets, Gives Deadline

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has demanded all bankers and operators in Nigeria’s financial system to declare their assets latest June 1.

EFCC chairman Abdulrasheed Bawa on Tuesday told reporters at the Presidential Villa that the move is part of measures to sanitise the nation’s financial system and block loopholes exploited by unscrupulous players to undermine the Nigerian economy through money laundering and illicit financial flows.

Mr. Bawa, however, appealed to parents to take a special interest in the activities of their children, urging youths to learn the best ways to achieve success other than following the shortcut.

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