The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said it has recovered over N196m in Borno from November 2015.
This was in a statement by the EFCC Head of Operation in the state, Ibrahim Bappa.
“As part of efforts to cleanse our country of economic and financial crimes, the commission has made reasonable monetary recoveries to the Federal Government and still has many cases undergoing investigation.
“The commission is hereby putting on notice to all businessmen and women who indulge in economic and financial crimes to desist from such unwholesome acts or face the wrath of the law.
“The EFCC is urging the general public to report any public official suspected to have used his or her position to enrich him or herself or any individual living above his means.
“We encourage individuals to write petition to the Executive Chairman of EFCC through the Head of Operation, Maiduguri Zonal Office as no stone would be left unturned to bring such person to justice,” the statement read.