An Overview of the EFCC
As a law implementation agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission researches and arrests public offenders on issues of monetary violations, illegal tax, money laundering, and other money-related crimes in the country.
In a bid to harness the problems of money extortions in Nigeria, the Federal Government set up the EFCC in 2003 as an agency to curtail these menace affecting the country. EFCC has its administrative center office located in Abuja and regional branches all over the country. The commission is headed by a chairman. We previously covered more about the list of EFCC chairmen to date from its inception.
Prominent Persons Arrested By The EFCC
The primary aim of the agency remains to arrest issues of money laundering, and they have since been successful in responding to it. Below are some prominent Nigerians who have been arrested by the EFCC:
1. Olisa Metuh
2. Lawal Jafaru Isa
3. Emeka Mba
4. Jide Omokore
5. Tom Ikimi
7. Ricky Tarfa
8. Bala Ngilari
9. Patrick Akpobolokemi
10. Sambo Dasuki
11. Musiliu Obanikoro
12. Alhaji Abdullahi Dikko
13. Alex Badeh
14. Femi Fani-Kayode
15. Raymond Dokpesi
16. Joshua Dariye
17. Jolly Nyame
Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Ranks
The EFCC ranks for its staff are different from other regulatory bodies, but the three major ranks are:
EFCC Ranks & Salary Structure
- Detective Superintendent
- Detective Inspectorate and
- Detective Assistant Cadres of the Cadets.
There are also divisions in the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission where their staffs are ranked. These divisions are six and they include:
- The Administrative Division
- Capacity Development Division
- The Research and Publication Division
- The Networking and Collaboration Division
- Certificate Courses Division
- Cadets Division
The staff and workers of the commission are ranked into these division.
EFCC Ranks & Salary Currently (2021)
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission pays a considerate salary to it, staff, with respect to their ranks in the commission. As a security agency, the pay is relatively good. Let’s look at how much the EFCC pays its staff.
An entry-level staff with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission earns about ₦158,000 as salary, while the EFCC pays a graduate assistant a salary of ₦201,075 as a normal pay rate on a monthly basis. A Deputy Detective who is of a higher rank at the commission receives about ₦245,000 as a monthly salary.
The offices in the agency incorporate Graduate Assistant and Deputy Detective Superintendent also.
EFCC Salary Structure for Entry Level Staff
A Graduate Assistant at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission receives pay of ₦158,000 as salary at entry-level. This amount will run from 0 – 2 years of service and may be augmented after.
Mid-Level Salary for Graduate Assistant
A graduate employee of the Commission, after finishing 2 years first experience in his/her job position with the body, is subjected to a mid-level salary increase running from around 3 – 9 years experience with the organization.
Though the pay for this category of staff is more voluminous than the entry-level, but however, we truly not know for the time being, the exact salary for Graduate Assistant at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). But we will sift through for more data as respect to the salary structure for these employees.
Senior Level Salary for Graduate Assistant
Moving from the mid-level is a more supreme rank of staff, which is the senior level graduate assistant. The senior-level Graduate Assistant of the commission is graduate employees with 10 years of stay with the agency.
The normal salary paid for these Graduate Assistants at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is presently unavailable. But that notwithstanding, we will continue to source more information about them and update their salary structures.
Agent Detective Superintendent Salary Structure
Another staff rank at the EFCC is the Agent Detective Superintendent. The monthly net salary for a Deputy Detective is ₦245,000. These personal are paid a higher salary due to the fact that they have more than 10 years of experience with the Commission.
Entry Level Salary for Deputy Detective
Passage level for Deputy Detective is the range of 0-2 years from entering from being an Agent Deputy Detective.
The salary structure for this security personnel are more advanced than the previous, due to the differing years of being in the job. Nonetheless, the exact salary structure for Passage level Deputy Detective Assistant in EFCC is not available for the time being. We will keep on sifting through for more data as respect to this.
Mid-Level Salary for Deputy Detective
A Deputy Detective in EFCC on a mid-level is paid about ₦245,000 by the Commission on a monthly basis. This category of employees are those that advanced from the passage level, and also have 3 – 9 years experience as a Deputy detective.
EFCC Senior-Level Salary Structures for Deputy Detective
The Senior-Level Depurative Detective is a higher rank to Mid-level Deputy Detective in the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Sadly, as a security agency, due to the lack of information to examine the amount they pay Senior-level Deputy detectives, we could not authenticate their salary structures. Nevertheless, we will try to sift through for more information as respects to thier salary structure.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is a security law-enforcement agency that has staff in different positions. We provided in this article the ranks and salary structure of EFCC. Their attractive payout to their employees is one of the reasons why this agency is preferred.
Nonetheless, as a critical security outfit, some of their confidential staff salaries detail for few offices are unavailable for the time being. But we will constantly seek for this information and update here.