Lauretta Onochie, the Personal Assistant to the President on New Media, has said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) will come after Nigerians who flaunt luxurious lifestyles that they cannot afford.
Onochie said such persons will be invited by the anti-graft agencies to explain the sources of their wealth and properties.
She stated this in a post on her Twitter account.
Lifestyle Audit is now legal in Nigeria. Those who flaunt lifestyles they cannot afford, can now be investigated by any of the graft agencies to produce evidence of the sources of their wealth
You can now be called upon to explain how you acquired certain properties.
— Lauretta Onochie (@Laurestar) March 22, 2021
The Lifestyle Audit, which is now legal in the country according to the presidential aide, compels persons approached by the anti-graft agencies to account for their sources of wealth.