Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has now gone into partnership with the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC).
RMAFC while making the announcement of the partnership explained that the collaboration would ensure recovery of unremitted revenue accruable to the federation account.
Elias Mbam, the Chairman RMAFC, made this known on Friday when he visited the acting Chairman of the EFCC, Mohammed Umar.
The partnership would be on monitoring the agencies and blocking leakages.
RMAFC Public Relations Officer, Christian Nwachukwu, in a statement said Mbam urged revenue generating and collecting agencies to deliver.
Mbam noted that with dwindling revenue caused by the global oil crisis, more funds were needed in the federal purse.
In his reaction Umar, assured of EFCC’s readiness to support the RMAFC, while asking Mbam to forward specific areas of concentration ahead of the working synergy.