The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has alerted the general public of the alleged move by some governors and other politicians accused of corruption to flee the country ahead of the May 29 handover.
EFCC spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren raised the alarm in a statement issued on Friday night.
The commission said it is currently collaborating with its international partners to ensure that the plans are frustrated.
The commission vowed that all political actors involved in corruption while in public office must be brought to justice.
The statement reads partly, “Again, the Commission wishes to alert the public about plans by some of the alleged corrupt politically exposed persons to flee the country ahead of May 29.
“The Commission is working in close collaboration with its international partners to frustrate these escape plans and bring those involved to justice.”