EFCC Laws Of The Federation 2004 ( Criminal Code Cap C38)

The Criminal Code is an ancient document dating back to the 17th Century. Transported to Nigerian through the colonial vehicle, it became and effective weapon in the hands of explorers to subjugate their captured territories and subjects. Initially a document only useful in the Northern protectorate of Nigeria soon covered the whole country. But by 1960, the North, abandoned it for the Penal Code. As at today, it is the only penal instrument useable only in the whole of Southern Nigeria.

Despite its age, it has remained the main document for criminal trials, companion of layers, law enforcers, jurists and general readers.

We have introduced cases and materials for those seeking a summary of key issues.

The determination of the Obasanjo administration to fight corruption in all its ramifications led to the emergence of EFCC. It is obvious that the Criminal Code cannot provide the needed speed and energy due to its age and verbose contents.

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