Magu warns Niger Delta oil thieves, saying impoverished region highly significant to Nigerian economy

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The Acting Chairman of the Economic And Financial Crimes Commission,  EFCC,  Mr. Ibrahim Magu has warned illegal oil bunkerers in the Niger Delta region to desist from  acts of oil theft and economic sabotage. 

He gave the warning on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State while addressing the Media.  According to him, illegal oil bunkering is a terrible  leakage of the economy and the EFCC would not relent in fighting it. 

“Let me also use this medium to warn all illegal oil bunkerers to desist from their nefarious operations.  The EFCC is resolute in its fight against economic sabotage and oil theft. The Niger Delta is highly significant to our national economy and the Commission will continue to do all that is lawful and patriotic in ensuring that operators of illegal oil bunkering are brought to book”, he said.

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