Ibrahim Magu, the Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, on Tuesday, disclosed that about 18 dubious Nigerians would be extradited in different parts of the world to the country to face the law
Magu made the declaration while briefing newsmen in Illorin, the Kwara State capital, after the inauguration of the commission’s office in the state.
“The request of President Muhammadu Buhari in London for the extradition of alleged looters is just the beginning of the fight against corruption in Nigeria.
“We are going to extradite more Nigerians to come and face trial in Nigeria.
“We will bring back all the looters who are hiding outside this country.
“The fight against corruption has just started I am telling you. It will be renewed this year. It is going to be vigorous,” Magu said.