The Cameroonian government is seeking collaboration with Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on asset tracing, freezing and recovery of assets.
A delegation from Cameroon made the appeal when they visited the EFCC office in Abuja, saying that that the success story of the EFCC had travelled far and wide, attracting their country to identify with Nigeria.
The Leader of the delegation, Mr Aseh Malegho, stated that “your actions are laudable. We commend you and the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, for your efforts in ridding Nigeria of corruption”.
The Acting Chairman of the Commission, Mr Ibrahim Magu, expressed readiness to assist the Cameroonian government in the areas of asset tracking, recovery, exchange of ideas and experiences in necessary areas.
“The Commission will be willing to exchange ideas and experiences with your country in necessary areas as you may desire,” he stated.
The EFCC Chairman thanked the Cameroonian government for its interest in the activities of the Commission.