EFCC Monitors Elections To Check Vote-Buying. Photos


The operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Saturday monitored the general elections in several parts of the country.

The anti-corruption agency stated on its Twitter handle that the move was to curtail the incidents of vote-buying, a practice that has characterised some previous elections, especially during the Osun State governorship polls which held last year.

The commission had earlier asked citizens with authentic information that could lead to the arrest of culprits of vote-buying to reach it for the prompt response.

In a statement by its spokesman, Tony Orilade, the EFCC released some contact numbers for anyone with information regarding electoral fraud.

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