The Lagos Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) is calling on the Nigerian federal government to consider decentralising investigations of money laundering and other related crimes to more effectively curb illicit financial flows (IFFs).

President of the Lagos Chapter of the international association, Godwin Oyedokun, said in a lecture during an ACFE training session that centralised investigations can be flawed by influence or abuse by corrupt officials involved in probes.

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