Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu has stated that the agency has made headway in its fight against corruption and one of its success is the recovery of the $20m house pictured above.
The house, which is believed to belong to the former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke is located in Asokoro, Abuja and is said to be worth $18 million with furnishings worth $2million and a bulletproof gym.
Mr. Magu, while speaking an interview with Al Jazeera, said,
“We have been able to take on a lot of big shots that were hitherto were untouchable in the three arms of the military, political class.“We have recorded 164 convictions in just one year.”
He also denied claims that the fight against corruption was politically motivated.
“No, not my EFCC, not the EFCC of today. We are not politicized. If there is an allegation against anybody, we will go after them”he said