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EFCC applauds world bank’s stolen asset recovery efforts

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The Head, Legal Department of the Economic and financial crimes commission (EFCC) Kabir Latona at the multilateral meeting with some independent evaluators from the United States of America during the 10th Session of the Implementation Review Group, IRG and 13th Open-ended Inter-governmental Working Group on Asset Recovery and 8th Expert meeting on International cooperation of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, UNCAC, which is ongoing in Vienna, Austrian, commended the efforts of the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (STAR) of the World Bank and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), and prodded the world body to do more in the area of stolen assets recovery so as to free the world of corruption.
Latona revealed that Nigeria currently boosts of a friendly relationship with STAR Initiative in areas of cooperation as well as training and knowledge sharing in the asset recovery efforts.
He was emphatic that the importance of STAR as an intermediary in asset recovery cannot be overemphasised as it makes things easier for both the requesting and requested countries involved in asset recovery to build trust and thus make return of stolen assets easier.
He also encouraged them to introduce the train-the-trainer to recycle ideas and knowledge among law enforcement officers on a broader horizon, especially as asset recovery is critical to Nigeria. Speaking
earlier, Nigeria’s ambassador to Austria, Vivien Okeke reasoned that it was compelling that the country identified and recovered the stolen commonwealth of the people.
Okeke who was represented by the chairman, Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, (ICPC), Bolaji Owasanoye disclosed that the Nigerian government was committed to recovering all proceeds of crime from corrupt elements and to re-channel such filthy wealth to national development.
He noted that Nigeria has strengthened controls on system leakages with initiatives such as the Treasury Single Account (TSA) aimed at ensuring that all government accounts are streamlined for effective management and control.
The STAR Initiative is a partnership between the World Bank Group and the UNODC that supports international efforts to end safe havens for corrupt fund. It works with developing countries and financial centres to prevent the laundering of the proceeds of corruption and to facilitate a more systematic and timely return of stolen assets.

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