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Economic And Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)

Call or visit the EFCC (Economic and Financial Crime Commission) in addition to the Police in any case of Financial Crime.

Abuja Office:
Coree Bay Crescent, Wuse 11, Abuja
Tel: 234-9-6441544, Mobile: 0805 2168885
Lagos Tel: 01-4749419, 2629089, 2621293, 2624189


Police

The Nigerian Police is the statutory organ charged with the peace and security of the country. In case of any emergency contact the police through the following telephone numbers:

(24 Hours emergency response lines)
01-199
01-997
01-4720387-90, 4720381, 7700061-2

States Police Command Control Room

State Numbers
Abia 088 221869, 221079
Adamawa 075 6244933, 625553
Akwa Ibom 085 200909
Anambra 048 550274
Bauchi 077 542621, 542001
Bayelsa 084 235488
Benue 044 533735
Borno 076 232070, 231928
Cross River 087 222321, 222597
Delta 046 281243
Ebonyi 043 20107
Edo 052 245858
Ekiti 034 231316
Enugu 042 333254
Gombe 072 220022
Imo 083 234838
Jigawa 064 721181
Kaduna 062 213121
Kano 064 645199
Katsina 065 431703, 431713
Kebbi 060 231401
Kogi 035 220916
Kwara 031 221532
Lagos 01 4720387-90, 4720381
Nassarawa 047 21502, 21623
Niger 066 221247
Ogun 039 241730, 241284
Ondo 034 231316, 243026
Osun 035 241436, 243363
Oyo 022 2410206, 2415320
Plateau 073 452896
Rivers 084 235488, 233249
Sokoto 060 231401, 232297
Taraba 079 22553
Yobe 076 522600
Zamfara 060 231401
FCT-Abuja 09 2341198, 5238711

Scam Alert:

It has come to the notice of the Nigerian Government and concerned Nigerians about the activities of con men posing as Government agents or representing companies in Nigeria with propositions in different guises, but generally through mails or phones soliciting the help of the recipients in transferring various sums of funds mostly in foreign currency. The people making these propositions claim the funds come from various forms such as; over invoiced government contracts, entitlements due to deceased relations, or monies accruing from excess crude oil sales, or have been forgotten in some dormant accounts, some times they also propose to award huge value contracts to the recipients of such mails.

Often the recipient will be requested to provide details of their bank accounts, to enable the initiators to transfer the said fund, usually with a promise that they would receive some percentage from 20% to 40%; for their assistance with the transaction.

Let it be made known that irrespective of the forms these mails may take, they are nonetheless the handiwork of scam artists, who once they detect any sign of interest on the part of their intended victims, will proceed to request for more funds from the victims, under the pretense that they needed to bribe relevant officials in Nigeria, in order to facilitate the fund transfer. Some times, they also request for expensive gift items that presumably would be given to the said officials. Their request and stories are endless until their victims become frustrated, or run out of funds.

Please we advise the public/you to do the following when you receive such mails:

1.   Do not respond to unsolicited business Propositions or offers from people you are
       unfamiliar with.
2.   Do not disclose your personal and financial details to anyone you do not know.
3.   Contact the Nigerian embassy in your country. You may in addition also refer such mails
       to your country's embassy/High Commission in Nigeria for investigation and verification.
4.   Call us at ABS Limited for independent investigation on:

Tel: 234 -802 3162 653, 803 74 616 47
Or call the EFCC on:
Abuja: Tel: 234-9-6441544
Mobile: 234 805 2168885
Lagos: Tel: 234-1-4749419, 2629089,
2621293, 2624189

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