“While we commend them, they also need to intensify their efforts in the fight against corruption because we see that the more effort that is made, the more difficult it becomes.
“The EFCC and other anti-corruption agencies need to continue to demonstrate that there are no sacred cows in the fight against corruption.
“We will want to see a rededicated effort in terms of effective utilisation in governance of resource saved from corruption,” Jega added.
Professor Sadiq Radda, Secretary, Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption, said fighting corruption required political will and determination of the leaders.
“I believe, first and foremost, we should acknowledge the political will and the determination of the government led by the president to lead the fight.
“Without the support of the president, I think the kind of momentum we have regarding the fight against corruption woudn’t have been this much.
“I can say with the EFCC and ICPC of today, looters will have no hiding place in the world, because wherever they go, they will be arrested and brought back to the country,” Radda said.