In a bid to clampdown on suspected fraudulent activities which has been painting the nation in a bad color, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has said that it will need petitions to go after Hushpuppi, Baddyosha and every person Nigerian musician, 9ice, mentioned in his song ‘Living Things.’
The high commission said this while replying to a tweet by one of its followers, @onlydotcom on Friday, November 1, 2019.
The follower had asked the anti-graft agency to go after all the men 9ice mentioned in the song.
The follower tweeted, “EFCC, sit down and listen to the song, Living Things, by 9ice and do your work with the fear of God. Nigeria will be better for it.”
? Do you mean that could be a petition? Not enough anyway.
However, #TheEagle still requests a written statement to support any allegation that has been made. https://t.co/jfK10zM2T9
— EFCC Nigeria (@officialEFCC) November 2, 2019
In the song, which was banned in 2016 by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for promoting fraud.
YabaLeftOnline recalls 9ice also mentioned the now-embattled Mompha, a popular Dubai-based Nigerian, known for flaunting his riches on social media.