The Chairman Economic and Financial Crimes commission Efcc Ola Olukoyede, has stated  that he will resign his position as the chairman of the Commission if he fails to personally oversee the completion of the investigation of former Governor of Kogi State Yahaya Bello.


The chairman made the statement during a media press briefing with regards to the activities of the commission in the past few weeks.

The EFCC Chairman says he placed a call directly to the former governor personally as a show of respect for him to come to the commission and answer to the charges but he refused to come.

Governor Yahaya Bello has alleged to summoned the EFCC to make an appearance in his village.

Olukoyede highlighted the importance of Nigerians supporting the EFCC for its success, emphasizing that the agency’s failure would reflect negatively on Nigeria. He pointed out that the ongoing efforts have positively impacted the value of the Naira and the foreign market.

Yayaha Bello asked that EFCC comes to his village.

According to Efcc Anybody obstructing the arrest of the former Kogi State Governor will be brought to justice.