We Are Pursuing All Those Who Stole Our Money-FG Tells World Bank


The Federal government has told the World Bank and parliamentary from across the world that the whistle-blowing policy was very successful.
 This was announced by the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun who gave a speech at the global parliamentary conference hosted on the sidelines of the Washington DC.

The Minister said “We are going after those who have stolen our money. We have put in place a very successful whistle-blower programme that is delivering results, and allows those who report illicit activity to receive up to 5 percent of any funds that we recover.
“We are also significantly improving our financial management controls to ensure that it is considerably more difficult for Public controls to ensure that it is considerably more difficult for Public funds to be diverted. We have to do more though and that means collaboration with the legislature.

She added “there is money sitting in foreign bank accounts that we have spent over a decade trying to recover. That is money that could deliver significant value for Nigeria as we seek to increase spending on critical infrastructure and establish a basis for long term sustainable growth.”
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