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EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC) IN ENHANCING ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE NIGERIAN PUBLIC SECTOR
The study is aimed at identifying strategies and measures that will strengthen the effectiveness of the commission in their fight against corruption in the Nigerian public sector to ensure accountability and transparency. The research adopted content analytical method and revealed that lack of societal cooperation, poor staff training, pre-bargaining and systemic disorder affect the effectiveness of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in their fight against corruption in the Nigerian public sector. The implication of the findings is that, it will be difficult for the government to succeed in the fight against corruption in Nigeria if the identified problems are not addressed. The study, suggests, that concerned and enlightened individuals should collaborate with the EFCC to get rid of corruption in Nigeria. Further, the government should adopt appropriate measures no matter how bitter, to root-out these causes of corruption if Nigeria is really serious about the fight against corruption. Government should ensure that the public sector officials discharge their duties in compliance with the code of conduct guiding the public sector.
Key words: Effectiveness, EFCC, Accountability, Public Sector