ICPC boss says commission has recovered over 200 properties in 8months
Professor Bolaji Owasanoye, the chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), on Wednesday, October 16, revealed that the agency has recovered 200 properties from some corrupt Nigerians.
He said that the assets recovered in eight months included plazas, bungalows and mansions, adding that the commission aims to get back not less than 300 suspicious properties before the end of 2019.
He further said that to determine the financial worth of the assets, the ICPC is collaborating with the ministry of works, adding that revenue realised will be re-injected into the federal government’s account.
The ICPC’s boss said: “ICPC has recovered over 200 assets under my watch. We are working hard to get to 300 before the end of the year. Some of these properties are under interim forfeiture, while others are under final forfeiture.”