Senate affirms Bawa as Chairman EFCC


The Senate has affirmed the arrangement of Abdulrasheed Bawa as considerable Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

This followed the screening of the chosen one at the Committee of the Whole on Wednesday.

Bawa had before at whole, reacted to inquiries from representatives on his vision and mission whenever affirmed as director of the commission.

First to contribute was the Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege who said that the designation of Bawa was special and a motivational one.

“I’m so intrigued and in wonderment in this amazing introduction by Mr Bawa. Conventionally there would have not been no compelling reason to ask the youngster any inquiry.

“I have been here; this is my 6th year in the Senate. Also, I have seen chosen people precede us. I have not considered any to be expressive in his introduction.

“Conventionally I would have said soak up the adulation. Obviously he is an extremely splendid youngster. He is a decent item.

“His selection has produced trust for our young age. It’s a persuasive assignment. It is a designation that has produced trust for million of our young people in this country.

“With this designation, the young people of this nation would now be able to sit in workplaces and settle on those extremely essential and basic choices on how Nigeria ought to be administered. What’s more, there can’t be a preferred stage over the workplace of the administrator of EFCC.”

He said that the arrangement of Bawa was the first run through a chosen one was named inside the EFCC climate.

Senate Leader, Yahaya Abdullahi drew the consideration of Bawa to the trap experienced in the organization throughout the long term.

“For you as a youngster, how are you going to directly up your activities as executive of EFCC so it works for Nigeria and that the discussions of the past are not rehashed.”

Sen. Bala Na’Allah (APC-Kebbi) said Bawa had unmistakably shown that he had the limit and information to run the workplace of EFCC as director.

“I approach my associates to favor his selection.”

Sen. Ike Ekewremadu (PDP-Enugu) on his part encouraged the candidate to gain from the mix-ups of his archetypes.

The endorsement of the arrangement of Bawa was supported by the administrators after a Voice Vote by the President of the Senate Ahmad Lawan.

Bawa, an indigene of Kebbi and a guaranteed hostile to illegal tax avoidance expert has a Bachelor Degree in Economics.

Newsmen reports that previous executives of the commission included Nuhu Ribadu, Farida Waziri, Ibrahim Lamorde, Ibrahim Magu and Mohammed Umar.