The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, says it will shift its operation to counter vote-buying.
The EFCC chairman, Mr. Ibrahim Magu stated this in Ibadan while speaking with newsmen.
Mr. Magu said the commission would face vote-buying to ensure that the menace was curbed in the country.
EFCC boss explained that nobody was expected to have more than twenty-five thousand naira at polling booth saying the fight against vote-buying would commence in some selected state where elections would be held.
Mr. Magu who frowned at the lack of cooperation from foreign partners said the commission would find all means possible to ensure that former Minister of Petroleum, Mrs. Allyson Madueke was repatriated to Nigeria.
Mr. Magu also solicited more support from the media to ensure a successful fight against corruption.