The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee has revealed that the anti-graft company recovered N152 billion, $386 million in 2021.

This was launched in a press release on the EFCC’s verified Fb web page on Monday. The report confirmed that the Fee recovered a number of currencies and digital currencies.

Abdulrasheed Bawa, the Government Chairman of EFCC assured Nigerians that looted funds will likely be recovered, he mentioned there isn’t a hiding place for looters of the nation’s treasury.

What the EFCC is saying

The fee mentioned the determine was launched within the continuation of the evaluation of its operational actions for 2021.

Whereas 100 and fifty-two billion was recovered in naira, 300 and eighty-six million was recovered in {dollars} and 1,182 million in kilos between January to December 2021.

The Fee mentioned in a press release, “combination sum of N152, 088,698,751.64, (One Hundred and Fifty-two Billion, Eighty-eight Million, Six Hundred and Ninety-eight Thousand, Seven Hundred and Fifty-one Naira, Sixty-four Kobo), $386,220,202.84 (Three Hundred and Eighty-six Million, Two Hundred and Twenty Thousand, Two Hundred and Two {Dollars}, Eighty-four Cent), £1,182,519.75 (One Million, One Hundred and Eighty-two Thousand, 5 Hundred and Nineteen Kilos,  €156,246.76 (One Hundred and Fifty-six Thousand, Two Hundred and Forty-six Euro), 1,723,310.00 Saudi Riyal, 1,900.00 South African Rand, and 1, 400.00 Canadian Greenback between January and December 2021.

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