The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) secured no fewer than 312 convictions between January and December 24, 2018.


Mr Tony Orilade, EFCC’s acting Head, Media and Publicity, gave details of the convictions on Thursday in a statement .
 
According to the statement, the record of convictions is undoubtedly a significant improvement from the 189 convictions recorded in 2017.


The statement recorded that the record of convictions cut across the various offices of the EFCC with Lagos securing 85 convictions and Abuja 53, respectively.


He stated that while Kano office secured 36 convictions; Port Harcourt secured 33; Gombe recorded 28; Benin 27; Enugu 15; Maiduguri 11; Ibadan 10; Uyo 8, and Kaduna 6.
 

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