EFCC urges Nigerians to report electoral fraud

– The EFCC have urged Nigerians to report electoral fraud

– The Anti-graft agency released a list of numbers which Nigerians can call to report electoral fraud

– The EFCC also revealed that handsome rewards await informants with authentic information 

Nigerian anti-graft agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC in a new statement have urged Nigerians to report every electoral fraud as Nigerians head to the poll starting from tomorrow for the General Election.

The EFCC in it statement urged patriotic Nigerians with authentic information that will help in the arrest of culprits engaged in votes buying to report to the commission.

According to the statement released by the agency spokesperson, Tony Orilade, the commission released some set of numbers through which Nigerians with authentic information can report electoral fraud to the commission.

Below are the list of numbers to call are:

ABUJA HQ—- 08141219896, 09077928772, 09051923475, 09074456025

ABUJA ZONAL OFFICE —09051916064, 09066270016, 08123827088

LAGOS OFFICE —08033106347, 08123828744


KANO OFFICE —08090939606

GOMBE OFFICE —07061813411

KADUNA OFFICE —08058437872

ENUGU OFFICE —07064917920

BENIN OFFICE —08188722502


UYO OFFICE —08055112603, 08180008030

SOKOTO OFFICE —08081765401

ILORIN OFFICE —08034516071

MAKURDI OFFICE —08036328837

IBADAN OFFICE—08113883322, 09030000520

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The EFCC also made it known that handsome rewards await informants with authentic information in accordance with the Whistle-blowing policy of the Federal Government.

The latest move by the EFCC is a means to combat vote-buying during elections in the country.

In another news, Nigerians will tomorrow head to the polling booth for the Presidential election where they would vote for the candidates of their choice that will lead the country for another four years.

As earlier reported by iDONSABI.COM, the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC have stated that only Nigerians with the Permanent Voters Card PVC will be allowed to vote in the election.

After the Presidential Election tomorrow, the Governorship Election will follow on the 2nd of March.

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