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2023 Election: We’ll Target Politicians, Parties’ Bank Accounts – Prof. Yakubu

2023 Election: We’ll Target Politicians, Parties’ Bank Accounts – Prof. Yakubu

In view of the release of the 2023 presidential elections timetable, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said that it would beam its searchlight on politicians and political parties in order to track the sources of funds for their campaigns.

The INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, said this on Friday in Abuja at a “High-Level Policy Roundtable Conference on Political Campaign Finance,” organised by The Electoral Forum. DAILY TRUST reports.

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Yakubu represented by INEC’s National Commissioner and Chairman, Election Party Monitoring Committee, Prof. Kunle Ajayi, said that through the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), commercial banks would be mandated to report all suspicious transactions ahead of the election, warning of sanctions to any bank that failed to cooperate.

“As long as we have not notified anybody that the race to the 2023 general elections has started, we are not unaware of what anybody is doing. We follow the law strictly. jamb results

“We have not officially declared notice for the 2023 general elections, but when we so declare, we will put our monitoring committees to motion like the central banks, the DSS, the EFCC, the ICPC, the (commercial) banks and other law enforcement agencies. We have that plan already.Information Guide Nigeria

“Every candidate must be made to declare his bank asset. That is where they draw out their money so we will make them to present their statement of account right from the onset. We will make it mandatory for them to turn in their bank statement so that if they say they are doing billboard and the account remains the same, then there is a problem,” he said.

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