The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says it has secured 703 convictions against politicians and other individuals who were involved in various cases of corruption since 2015.
The acting chairman, Mr Ibrahim Magu, said this on Monday while addressing journalists in Abuja about the commission’s activities in the last three years.
He also listed several assets forfeited by the convicts.
According to Magu, the anti-graft agency recorded the successes despite the fact that corruption kept fighting back.
On the steps taken against the Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, the EFCC boss stated that the matter is in court.
Furthermore, he vowed to go after contractors who have abandoned projects across the country even after collecting money from the government to execute them.