“From well over N710 to the dollar, following the commission’s intervention, the naira has appreciated significantly against the dollar,” said Mr Bawa.
The president stressed that “if we are putting the teachings of our religions into practice, most of the evils afflicting our society would have been solved.”
The so-called anti-corruption battle championed by EFCC chair Abdulrasheed Bawa is targeted mainly at “low-level” and “mid-level” fraudsters.
The Catholic priest’s exoneration of Mr Obiano contradicted available facts of the governor’s corrupt practices.
The court ordered Mr Buhari to produce all documents that authorised Mr Wabote to operate foreign bank accounts against provisions of the Nigerian constitution.
Governor Yahaya Bello’s government has sued the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), demanding N35 billion in damages.
At least 50 operatives were said to have arrived at the senior jurist’s Abuja residence on Friday evening with immediate efforts to break in.
Mr El-Rufai said Nigeria was failing to develop because the competent business elites were not interested in politics.
“We reiterate our demand for an unreserved apology from the EFCC as contained in our letter to the chairman of the EFCC on September 6.”