The EFCC boss noted that it has become imperative to tighten all loose ends, ensure due diligence that will foster effective collaboration and help the Commission in her trace-and-trail processes of investigation.

His words “We have observed regrettably some gaps and lapses in the handlings of some of our correspondences, engagements and interfacing with the banks; we would like to enjoin you to take up all these issues seriously with your managements at policy making levels so that the hitches occasioned by these lapses can be addressed for us to be above board in the discharge of our duties”

Penpushing further report that, the Bank Compliance Officers had a common ground while responding to the observations and requests and pledged to foster a better working relationship with the Commission and ensure prompt attentions and interventions to any request from the Commission.

Some of them lamented however, that the lapses are as a result of protracted reporting channels in the banks and the volume of deliverables expected of them, adding that, “we are not unaware of the importance of a robust working relationship with the Commission and as such we look forward to a better collaboration, one of the Compliance Officers enthused  

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