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Nigerians named in Panama, Paradise Papers may be under EFCC probe – Official

By OakTV
15 September 2018   |   5:30 am
Head, Technical Unit on Governance and Anti-Corruption Reforms (TUGAR) Lilian Ekeanyanwu, has said Nigerians named in Panama and Paradise Paper with secret assets in offshore companies may be under investigation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

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