If I Do Not See The Yahaya Bello Case To The End, I will Resign — EFCC Chairman

The EFCC Chairman, Ola Olukoyede, has declared that if he did not personally oversee the completion of the investigation regarding Yahaya Bello, he would tender his resignation.


The EFCC Chairman stated that he had made a direct phone call to the former governor out of respect, urging him to appear before the commission and address the charges. However, he reported that the former governor declined the invitation.

The EFCC Chairman said “I made a direct phone call to the former governor out of respect, urging him to appear before the commission and address the charges. Unfortunately, the former governor declined the invitation.”

Governor Yahaya Bello has alleged to summoned the EFCC to make an appearance in his village.

Olukoyede highlighted the importance of Nigerians supporting the EFCC for its success, emphasizing that the agency’s failure would reflect negatively on Nigeria. He pointed out that the ongoing efforts have positively impacted the value of the Naira and the foreign market.

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