President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has supported the arrangement of Ola Olukoyede as the Chief Executive of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
In a proclamation by official representative, Ajuri Ngelale, Olukoyede’s arrangement is for a sustainable term of four years in the primary case, forthcoming Senate affirmation.
The arrangement of Olukoyede is laid out in segment 2 (3) of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (Establishment) Act, 2004, that “the Administrator and individuals from the Commission, other than ex-officio individuals, will be selected by the President”.
The arrangement follows the renunciation of the suspended Leader Administrator of EFCC Abdulrasheed Bawa.
Olukoyede is a legal counselor with more than 22 years of involvement as an administrative consistence expert and expert in extortion the executives and corporate knowledge.
He has broad involvement with the activities of the EFCC, having recently filled in as Head of Staff to the Leader Administrator (2016-2018) and Secretary to the Commission (2018-2023).
Ngelale likewise unveiled that President Tinubu has supported the arrangement of Muhammad Hassan Hammajoda to act as the Secretary of the EFCC
Hammajoda is a public director with broad involvement with public money the executives who holds a Four year certification in scientific studies certificate in Bookkeeping from the College of Maiduguri and a Bosses in Business Organization from a similar college.
He started his vocation as an instructor at the Government Polytechnic, Mubi. From that point, he went into banking, including fruitful stretches at the old Associated Bank and Standard Trust Bank.
Ngelale said the president has task the new initiative of the EFCC to legitimize the certainty given to them in this significant public task as a recently strengthened battle on defilement embraced through an improved institutional engineering in the counter debasement area stays a focal mainstay of the President’s Restored Trust plan.