PRESIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 6 of 2018

ON THE PRESERVATION OF SUSPICIOUS ASSETS CONNECTED WITH CORRUPTION AND OTHER RELEVANT OFFENCES

Whereas it is the responsibility of the Federal Government of Nigeria to protect the resources of Nigeria from all forms of Corruption;

Whereas Corruption constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the well-being, national security and stability of the country’s political and economic systems, as well as its continuous existence; and must be effectively addressed;

By the powers vested in me under Section 5 of the 1999 Constitution as amended which extends to the execution and maintenance of the Constitution, all Laws made by the National Assembly (including but not limited to Section 15(5) of the Constitution)  to, abolish all corrupt practices and abuse of power,  it is the duty of any responsible government to restrict dealings in suspicious assets subject to corruption related investigation or inquiries in order to preserve same in accordance with the rule of law and to  guarantee and safeguard the fundamental human rights;

Now therefore, I, Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, in exercise of the powers conferred on me hereby declare as follows:

Section 1. (a) Without prejudice to any laws or existing suits or any other rights  arising out of or in respect thereof, all Assets of any Nigerian citizen within the territory of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, or within the possession or control of any person known to be a current or former government official, a person acting for or on behalf of such an official, any politically exposed person or any person who is responsible for or complicit in, or has directly or indirectly engaged in Corrupt Practices  and Other Relevant Offences are forthwith to be protected from dissipation by employing all available lawful or statutory means, including seeking the appropriate Order(s) of Court where necessary, and shall not be transferred, withdrawn or dealt with in any way until the final determination by a court of competent jurisdiction of any corruption related matter against such a person.

This provision shall, in particular, apply to those connected with persons listed in the First Schedule to this Order, (or any such list as may be issued by the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice).

(b) Where a Government official or a person acting for and on behalf of such an official, directly or indirectly, engages in Corrupt Practices such as misappropriation of State assets for personal gain, receives any form of bribe or engages in Corrupt Practices related to the performance of his/her duties or the award or execution of Government contract; or transfers, launder or facilitates the transfer or laundering of proceeds of illicit activities, such official, in addition to forfeiting the proceeds in accordance with the relevant laws, shall forthwith be subject to  the disciplinary procedure in accordance with the Public Service Rules and investigation by the Code of Conduct Bureau.

(c) (i) Subject to Section 174 of the Constitution, the Attorney General of the Federation shall have power to coordinate the implementation of this Order and to enlist the support of any Enforcement Authority particularly those listed in Second Schedule to this Order, or any other Person or Entity as may be required or permitted by applicable Law in order to give effect to this Executive Order.

(ii) The Attorney-General shall from time to time publish a list of all Assets protected pursuant to this Order.

(iii) The authority of the Attorney General of the Federation to preserve Assets pursuant to this Order shall extend to any Person  who is under investigation in accordance with applicable law  in connection with having  materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to or howsoever in support of any Corrupt Practices or Other Relevant Offences by any Person whose Assets are protected pursuant to this Order; or any Entity that has engaged in, or whose members have engaged in, any Corrupt Practices or Other Relevant Offences,

Provided however, that the Attorney-General shall at all times in this connection, employ all available lawful or statutory means, including seeking the appropriate Order(s) of Court where necessary, and ensure that Assets shall not be transferred, withdrawn or dealt with in any way until the final determination by a court of competent jurisdiction of any corruption related matter against such a person.

(iv) Where the Attorney-General has reasonable cause to believe that any funds or assets within Nigeria is connected with Corruption, the Attorney-General may, subject to his powers under Section 174 of the Constitution and other laws enabling him in that regard, approach the Court for an Order blocking or freezing or confiscating such funds or assets pending the conclusion of an investigation or legal action.

(d) Enforcement Authorities shall  upon request  communicate to the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice information arising from their investigation or enquiry on any Person (Nigerian or non-Nigerian), whether resident in Nigeria or not, determined by such Enforcement Authority to have directly or indirectly engaged in or involved in Corruption within the territory of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and the Attorney General shall immediately commence or direct the commencement of appropriate process(es) either administratively or judicially as may be necessary subject to existing applicable law.

Section. 2.    (a) Any Person who in circumvention of this Executive Order attempts to or in fact: (i) interferes with the free exercise of the authorities of the Office of the President, (ii) destroys evidence, (iii) corrupts witnesses through cash/kind inducements, and (iv) generally perverts the course of justice shall be prosecuted in line with the provision of any Law(s) governing unlawful acts.

Section. 3.    (i) Any Person who alleges that his rights have been, are being or are likely to be contravened by any of the provision of this Executive Order may apply to a competent Court in his jurisdiction for redress.

Section. 4. All Enforcement Authorities are hereby directed to diligently and rigorously collaborate with the Federal Ministry of Justice in implementing this Order to ensure the preservation of suspicious assets and prevent their dissipation or removal from the jurisdiction of Nigerian courts, in order to facilitate, support and enable the expeditious and accelerated prosecution of the alleged Corrupt Practices, serious or complex corruption, and Other Relevant Offences. Heads of Enforcement Authorities shall take personal responsibility and be subject to appropriate sanctions for any failure to comply with this Order.

Section. 5. For the purposes of this Order:

(a)   The term “asset’’ means and shall include all properties including funds, liquid assets (bank balances), receivables, stocks and bonds held in portfolios, insurance policies, shares in listed or unlisted companies, and all manner of fixed assets. It shall cover all such assets whether held directly or indirectly through corporate entities, trust structures and intermediaries;

(b)   The term “corruption or corrupt practices’’ means as may be defined under any enactment:

(i)             any corrupt activity involving matters of corruption generally economic sabotage, human trafficking, drug trafficking and terrorism involving funds or assets in the sum or value in excess of fifty million Naira (N50,000,000) or its equivalent in foreign currency;

(ii)           any misappropriation of government asset, corruption related to government contracts or bribery; or

(iii)          the transfer or the facilitation of the transfer of the proceeds of corruption.

(c)   The term “enforcement authority’’ means agencies and instrumentalities of the Federal Government of Nigeria including but not limited to those listed in Second Schedule to this Order imbued with regulatory/enforcement powers;

(d)   The term “entity” means a partnership, association, trust, joint venture, corporation, group, subgroup, or other organization;

(e)   The term “other relevant offences” means any act, which may constitute an act of, terrorism, financing of terrorism, kidnapping, sponsorship of ethnic or religious violence, economic sabotage, cases of economic and financial crimes, including acts contributing to the economic adversity of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as defined by relevant laws.

(f)     The term “person” means a natural or juristic person.

Section. 6.    This Executive Order shall take effect on        day of         2018.

Section. 7.    This Order may be cited as the PRESERVATION OF SUSPICIOUS ASSETS CONNECTED WITH CORRUPTION AND OTHER RELEVANT OFFENCES ORDER, 2018.

DATED THIS   ………….. DAY OF …………. 2018

 

Muhammadu Buhari

PRESIDENT

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

 

 

FIRST SCHEDULE

LIST OF CASES TO BE IMMEDIATELY AFFECTED BY THE EXECUTIVE ORDER

S/N/  CASE NO/CHARGE NUMBER& COURT OF TRIAL PARTIES
NPF    
1 FHC/ABJ/CR/48/2017            FRN VS GABRIEL SUSWAM & 2 ORS
2 FHC/ABJ/CR/115/2017 FRN VS SOLOMON WOMBO & 2 ORS
3 FHC/MKD/CR/72/2017 FRN VS ORAYEV AUGUSTINE AVAAN & 8 ORS
4 FCT/ABJ/CR/129/2017 IGP VS RICHARD GBANDE & 2 ORS
5 FCT/ABJ/CR/128/2017 IGP VS RICHARD GBANDE & ORS
6 FHC/L/18C/2015 IGP VS MOSHOOD JUBRIL
7. FHC/CA/3C/2018-FHC, CALABAR FRN VS PETER AGI & 1 OTHER
8 FHC/L472C/2015 IGP VS OWOLABI OLUKUNLE & 11 ORS
9 FHC/L/376C/2015 IGP VIS BAKARE JELILI
10 FHC/L/523C/2015 IGP VIS ADESA JIMOH & 2 ORS
11 FHC/L317C/2015 IGP VS KAYODE MORUF & ORS
12 FHC/L/286C/2015 IGP VS JAMIU AJANI & 2 ORS
13 FHC/L144C/2016 IGP VS GANIYU SULAIMAN
14 FHC/L/139C/2016 IGP VS SHOLOLA OMOLARA & 2 ORS
15 FHC/L/394C/2016 FRN VS BILLIAMINU ABDULLAHI & ORS
16 FHC/L/456C/2016 IGP VS TUMBIRI EZEKIEL & 11 ORS
17 FHC/ABJ/CR/117/2017 FRN VS ILIYA JAMES & ORS
18 FHC/ABJ/CR/89/2017 FRN VS AYINDE THOMAS
19 FHC/ABJ/CR/182/2017 FRN VS CHIMA MIKE & ORS
20 FHC/ABJ/CR/94/2017 FRN VS LUCKY UDOBI & ORS
21 FHC/ABJ/CR/98/2017 FRN VS ISMAIL OGALA & 2 ORS
22 FHC/ABJ/CR/41/2018 FRN VS RITA ISAAC & 2 ORS
23 FHC/ABJ/CR/41/2018 FRN VS ALIYU UMAR & 3 ORS
24 HIGH COURT OF LAGOS 16 & 24 STATE VS CHUKWUDUMEME ONWUAMADIKE “EVANS & 2 ORS’’
25 CR/265/C/2017 HENRY CHIBUEZE AKA “VAMPIRE” & 5 ORS
26 CR/90/2017 STATE VS HON. NASIRU UMAR RONI & 5 ORS
27 CMC/TUM/98CR/2017 STATE VS SHANONO ALH. AHMED & OTHER
28 I/75C 2016 HIGH COURT 5, IBADAN C. O. P. VS MUHAMMED WELI   & 1 OTHER
29 I/137C/2017-HIGH COURT 16 IBADAN C. O. P. VS ABDULLAHI GARUBA & 3 ORS
30 I/211C/2017-HIGH COURT 18 IBADAN C. O. P. VS DAHIRU MOHAMMED
31 I/172C/2017 -HIGH COURT 17 IBADAN C. O. P. VS JOSEPH UDOMA & 3 ORS
32 I/184C/2017-HIGH COURT 19 IBADAN C. O. P. OWOYOMI OKE & 1 OTHER
33 I/49C/2016-HIGH COURT 5, IBADAN C. O. P. VS KABIRU ALI & 2 ORS
34 I/69C/2016-HIGH COURT 4, IBADAN C. O. P. VS TUNED IBRAHIM & 2 ORS
35 I/132C/2017 -HIGH COURT 5, IBADAN C. O. P. VS TUNED IBRAHIM & 3 ORS
36 MOG/03C/2017 C. O. P. VS MUTAIRU MOHAMMED & 2 ORS
37 HOY/11C/2016 C. O. P. VS SEGUN  OMOLADUN
38 MI/31C/2016 C. O. P. VS MUSA SALEH & 4 ORS
39 CR: 32/2016/MOG10C/2016 STATE VS JAMIL UMAR & 6 ORS
40 CR: 34/2016/MOG12C/2016 STATE VS SUNDAY EDOREN & 3 ORS
41 CR: 42/2016/MOG/11C/2016 STATE VS GOODLUCK OGHENE & 4 ORS
42 CR: 49/2016/MCI/12C/2016 STATE VS OYIBO SHELL & 2 ORS
43 CR: 73/2016/CMA/270C/2016 STATE VS EFE REUBEN
44 CR: 78/2016/MOG/44C/2016 STATE VS GODSTIME EKWEREME & 2 ORS
45 CR: 78/2016/MK/16C/2016 STATE VS SMART ONOLOGBE & 1 OTHER
46 CR: 81/2016/CMA/259C/2016 STATE VS REUBENOJOGWU & 2 ORS
47 MAB/1064C/2017 C. O. P. CHINOYEN AGU & ORS
48 KTX/06/2018-HIGH COURT KATSINA C. O. P. VS IBRAHIM MU’AZU & 1 OTHER
NAPTIP
49 FHC/L/48C/2018-FEDERAL HIGH COURT LAGOS JUDICIAL DIVISION NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE VS PROSSY NIGERIA LTD. & 6 ORS
50 FHC/L/185C/2017 -FEDERAL HIGH COURT LAGOS JUDICIAL DIVISION FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA VS HIZEC MARINE SERVICES LTD & 4 ORS
51 FHC/CA/CS/40/2017CALABAR JUDICIAL DIVISION MAGGPIY TRADING TFZE VS   NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE BOARD & 2 ORS
ICPC
52 HU/4C/2017- ABIA STATE HIGH COURT FRN V. DR. PHILIPS NTO & 2 ORS
53 FCT/HC/CR/92/12-COURT 10, APO  FCT FRN V. SUNDAY EHINDERO & JOHN OBANIYI
54 ID/412C/13-COURT 1, AWKA ANAMBRA STATE FRN V. EZEONWUKA INNOCENT
55 KWS/56C/2016-KWARA STATE HIGH COURT FRN V. DR. SA AD AYINLA ALANAMU & 2 ORS
56 FHC/ABJ/CR/169/13-FED HIGH COURT 7, ABUJA FRN V. PROF. (SENATOR) DAVID IORNEM, & 2 ORS.
57 FHC/EN/CR/72/15-FED. HIGH COURT 2, ENUGU FRN V. (1). PROF. E. ONYENEJE (2). DR. LEONARD UGWU, (3). ELDER FREDRICK ONAH, (4). MR. BASIL OFFOR
58 HU/38C/2016  FRN V. (1). COSMOS NDUKWE, (2). CONK PRODUCTION NIG. LTD. (3). CHIJIOKE OKONKWO
59 HU/90C/2017-HIGH COURT 4, UYO, AKWAIBOM FRN VS  EPHRAIM SUNDAY AKPAN
60 PHC/888CR/2013-RIVERS   STATE HIGH COURT 4, SITTING IN PORTHARCOURT FRN VS. ASO ADASA MORRISSON AND ORS.
61 FCT/HC/CR/112/1-  FRN V. JOE EJE OKHIKU (FORMER ACTING DIRECTOR, NEWS AGENCY OF NIGERIA)
62 HCL/63C/2017-HIGH COURT OKENE KOGI STATE FRN V. ZACCAEUS ATTE
63 MHC/73/2016- HIGH COURT MAKURDI, BENUE STATE FRN V. DONALD ANAGERIDE & ANOR.
64 K/ICPC02/2016 FRN V. RABIU T. WADA
65 FHC/ABJ/CR/288/2015-FEDERAL HIGH COURT ABUJA FRN V. YEMI ARIS OLANIRE
66 CR/136/2017- FCT HIGH COURT FRN V. IBRAHIM HASSAN
67 FHC/A1/59C/2013 FRN V. HENRY ALOR AND ANOR
68 FCT/HC/CR/2014 FRN V. YUSUF AGABI & 3 ORS.
69 KB/HC/27C/2017 FRN V (1) ALH. GARBA KAMBA (2) MOHAMMED TUNGA (3) ALH SAIDU DAKINGARI
70 FCT/HC/CR/2003-FCT HIGH COURT 9 FRN V. MOHAMMED  ALI BALOGUN
71 ZMS/GS/53C/2015 FRN V. SANI AHMED YERIMA & 3 ORS.
72 HU/36C/2015 FRN V. EZE BOB UBIARU
73 CR/78/2014-COURT 4, MAITAMA,FCT FRN V.  VS. AMINU BELLO SULEIMAN
74 CR/136/15-FCT HIGH COURT, MAITAMA, COURT 4 FRN VS. ADEOLU ADEYANJU
75 CR/276/2016-COURT 19, APO FRN VS. MAJOR SAM
76 HC/11C/2016-HIGH COURT 2, CALABAR FRN VS MICHAEL OKPO & 1 OTHER
77 HC/65C/2016-CROSS RIVER STATE FRN VS. DR. ITAM ABANG
78 CR/287/2017 & CR/37/2018-FCT HIGH COURT NO 16 JABI & FEDERAL HIGH COURT NO. 10 FRN VS. ALIYU SANDA MAIMUNA
79 PLD/J10C/2017-PLATEAU   STATE HIGH COURT 5, JOS FRN VS. ISTIFANUS MWANSAT & 7 ORS
80 CR/92/2018-COURT 37, ZUBA FRN VS. DR. OBARO & 2 ORS
EFCC    
81 FHC/ABJ/CR/181/2016 FRN V AHMADU UMAR (ALIAS RT. HON. AMADU FINTIRI)
82 FHC/ABJ/CR/148/2016 FRN V EDIDIONG & ORS
83 FHC/L/280C/16 FRN V. AIR MARSHAL AMOSU  NUNAYO & 10 ORS
84 FHC/ABJ/CR/121/2016 FRN V OLAJIDE OMOKORE & 5 ORS.
85 FHC/L/135C/2017 FRN VS. MUHAMMED DELE BELGOE SAN & ORS
86 LD/2514C/16 FRN V. RICKY TARFA (SAN)
87 LD/3671C/2016 FRN V HON. JUSTICE RITA NGOZI OFILI AJUMOGOBIA & ANOR
88 FHC/IB/26C/2017 FRN VS OLOYE JUMOKE AKINJIDE & 2 ORS
89 FHC/L/251C/16 FRN V NENADI ESTHER USMAN, FEMI FANI KAYODE & 2 ORS
90 FHC/L/106C/2017 FRN V CHRISTIAN NWOSU AND ORS
91 FHC/L/337C/16 FRN V WARIP AMOWEI EMMANUEL DUDAFA & ORS
92 FHC/L/238C/2016 FRN V WARIP AMOWEI EMMANUEL DUDAFA & ANOR.
93 FHC/L/31C/2016 FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 11 ORS
94 FHC/L/553C/2016 FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 11 ORS
95 FHC/511C/2016 FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 6 ORS
96 LD/217C/15 FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM, MAJOR GENERAL EMMANUEL ATEWE & ORS
97 LD/218C/15 FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 6 ORS
98 FHC/L/149/16 BABA JARUNA JAURO & 2 ORS
99 FHC/L/148C/16 FRN V CALISTUS & 3 ORS
100 FHC/GM/33C/2011 FRN V ALHAJI DANJUMA GOJE & 4 ORS
101 HOS/34C/2017 FRN V PROFESSOR ANTHONY ELUJOBA, JOSEPHINE ADERONKE AKEREDOLU
102 I/5EFCC/2011 FRB V OTUNBA ALAO-AKALA & ORS
103 AK/4C/2017 FRN V ADEBIYI G. DARAMOLA, EMMANUEL AYODEJI ORESEGUN
104 AB/EFCC/03C/2016 FRN V SENATOR ADESEYE OGUNLEWE, PROF. OLUSOLA OYEOLE, MOSES OLUSOLA ILESANMI
105 NSHC/EFCC/2C/2017 FRN V DR. MAUZU BABANGIDA ALIYU ORS
106 FHC/ABJ/CR/71/2017 FRN V DR MUAZU BABANGIDA & ANOR
107 FHC/ABJ/CR/43/2017 FRN V ANDREW YAKUBU
108 FHC/ABJ/CR/329/2015 FRN V SULE LAMIDO & ORS.
109 AB/EFCC/02/11 FRN V GBENGA DANIEL
110 SS/33C/2009 FRN V ATTAHIRU BAFARAWA & ORS.
111 FHC/ABJ/CR/297/2015 FRN V STEPHEN ORONSANYE & ORS.
112 FHC/ABJ/CR/82/2013 FRN V DR. SANI TEIDI SHAIBU & ORS.
113 FHC/09C/2007 FRN V CHIMAROKE NNAMANI & ORS.
114 FHC/L/336C/08 FRN V RASHEED LADOJA
115 FHC/ABJ/CR/389/2015 FRN V BELLO ABBA MOHAMMED & ORS
116 FHC/ABJ/CR/46/2016 FRN V AIR CHIEF MARSHAL ALEX S. BADEH & IYALIKAM NIGERIA LTD
117 FHC/ABJ/CR/362/2015 FRN V GABRIEL SUSWAM & ANOR
118 FHC/ABJ/CR/380/2015 FRN V DR. RAYMOND DOKPESI & ANOR
119 FCT/CR/42/2015 FRN V BASHIR YUGUDA & 5 ORS.
120 FCT/CR/43/2015 FRN V COL. MOHAMMED SAMBO DASUKI & 4 ORS.
123 EHC/74C/2017 FRN V INNOCENT AZUBIKE UMEZULIKE
124 FHC/ABJ/CR/56/07 FRN V ORJI UZOR KALU & ORS.
125 FHC/ABJ/CR/86/07 FRN V SAMINU TURAKI & ORS.
126 FCT/CR/64/2012 FRN V ESAI DANGABAR & 7 ORS.
127 FHC/LF/CR/34/2011 FRN V ALIYU AKWE DOMA & 2 ORS.
128 FHC/ABJ/CR/293/2015 FRN V MURTALA NYAKO & ORS.
129 FHC/ABJ/CR/05/16 FRN V OLISA METUH & ANOR.
130 FCT/HC/20/16 FRN V AIR VICE MARSHAL OLUTAYO OGUNTOYIBO
131 FHC/ABJ/CR/92/2016 FRN V AIR VICE MARSHAL MOHAMMED DIKKO UMAR
132 CR/182/2016 FRN V AVM. ALKALI MOHAMMED MAMU
133 FHC/ABJ/CR/113/2016 FRN V ROBERT AZIBOLA & 2 ORS.
134 FCT/CR/177/2017 FRN V SENATOR BALA MOHAMMED
135 FHC/ABJ/CR/141/16 FRN V EMEKA MBA & ORS
136 KTH/34C/2016 FRN V IBRAHIM SHEHU SHEMA & 3 ORS.
137 FHC/ABJ/CR/186/2016 FRN V AVM MARSHAL TONY OMENYI AND ANOR
138 FHC/ABJ/CR/42/2016 FRN V ABBA MORO & ORS
139 FHC/ABJ/CR/224/2016 FRN V ASHINZE & 8 ORS.
140 CR/210/16 FRN V VICE AD. JIBRIN & 3 ORS.
141 FHC/ABJ/CR/142/16 FRN V OLUGBENGA OBADINA AND ANOR.

 

NDLEA    
142 FCH/L65/18 FRN V IGAN EGHEOSA
143 FHC/244C/12 FRN V. ADEGBOYEGA AYOBAMI ADENIJI
144 FHC/AWK/37C/2015FHC/ AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE FRN V IKEJIAKU SYLVESTER CHUKWUNWENDU & 3 ORS
145 FHC/EN/CR/53/2015ENUGU, ENUGU STATE FRN V EDDIE IFEANYICHUKWU DAYSON & 3 ORS
146 FHC/AK/56C/2015-FHC AKURE, ONDO STATE FRN V AUGUSTINE FRIDAY USIFO & ANOR
147 FHC/L/519C/2015-FHC LAGOS FRN V UBA HARRIS ALAEKWE & 13 ORS
148 FHC/ASB/21C/2016 FHC V ANTHONY CHUKWUEMEKA UMOLU & 8 ORS (INCLUDING FOUR MEXICANS)
149 FHC/L/232C/2016-FHC, LAGOS FRN V JOHN VINCENT ARINZE
150 FHC/AK/CS/60C/2017-FHC, AKURE, ONDO STATE EXPARTE APPLICATION (SUSPECT AT LARGE SINCE JAN. 2016)
151 FHC/AK/34C/2017-FHC, AKURE, ONDO STATE FRN V ESUABOM JOHNSON & ERIC AKINYIMIKA
152 FHC/L/311C/2017-FHC, LAGOS FRN V MUONEKE JOHNPAUL IFEANYI & 3 ORS
153 FRN V OGBEGBU GOODLUCK & ORS
154 FHC/L/483C/2017-FHC, LAGOS FRN V EZE REMUGUS RAPURUCHUKWU & 4 ORS
155 FCH/L/235C/17 FRN V ONOWU CHUKWUKA ISAAC

SECOND SCHEDULE

Agencies of the federal government of Nigeria directly affected by this Order

  1. ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC)
  2. NATIONAL AGENCY FOR  THE PROHIBITION OF TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS (NAPTIP)
  3. NIGERIA POLICE FORCE (NPF)
  4. INDEPENDENT CORRUPT PRACTICES AND OTHER RELATED OFFENCES COMMISSION (ICPC)
  5. NATIONAL DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (NDLEA)
  6. NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE (NCS)
  7. NATIONAL AGENCY FOR FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL (NAFDAC)
  8. NIGERIAN IMMIGRATION SERVICE (NIS)
  9. STANDARDS ORGANIZATION OF NIGERIA (SON)
  10. NIGERIAN SECURITY AND CIVIL DEFENCE CORPS (NSCDC)
  11. FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY COMMISSION (FRSC)
  12. DEPARTMENT OF STATE SERVICES (DSS)
  13. NIGERIAN COPYRIGHT COMMISSION (NCC)
  14. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMSSION (SEC)
  15. CODE OF CONDUCT BUREAU (CCB)
  16. NIGERIAN FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT (NFIU)
  17. CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN)
  18. OFFICE OF THE HEAD OF CIVIL SERVICE OF THE FEDERATION
  19. NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
  20. ANY OTHER AGENCY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT THAT MAY BE SUBSEQUENTLY INCLUDED BY THE HONOURABLE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE FEDERATION.

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