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ICPC recovers 40 vehicles from former government officials (photos, video)

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has made a breakthrough in its anti-corruption drive

-The ICPC has recovered stolen vehicles from former government officials

– The anti-graft body plans to arraign those found guilty

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has recovered 40 stolen vehicles from former government officials.

Permanent secretary of the ministry of water resources, Hajia Rabi Jimeta receiving the keys of the vehicles

The ICPC announced the recovery of the vehicles at a news conference in Abuja yesterday, January 25.

Some of the recovered vehicles

The vehicles included: 14 Hilux pickup trucks, 14 luxury branded sports utility vehicles, 4 luxury branded saloon cars, and eight new edition Toyota saloon cars.

Some of the recovered vehicles

The permanent secretary of the ministry of water resources, Hajia Rabi Jimeta, revealed that those responsible for the theft were from a particular cadre of the civil service.

Some of the vehicles recovered

On its part, the ICPC has concluded plans to arraign some government officials from whom the vehicles were recovered.

The anti-graft agency says this would serve as a deterrent to civil servants who misuse or steal government property.

Some of the vehicles recovered

On its part, the ICPC has concluded plans to arraign some government officials from whom the vehicles were recovered.

The anti-graft agency says this would serve as a deterrent to civil servants who misuse or steal government property.

Hajia Jimeta speaking to journalists after receiving the vehicles on behalf of the ministry

The agency tasked Nigerians and civil servants on the need to be vigilant against misuse and theft of government property by public officers in the country.

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has directed government agencies to occupy properties seized from past government officials.

The first among several of such buildings to be taken over by the agencies are the forfeited mansions of former Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh.

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