The anti-graft agency boss said issue of terrorism financing is of national security concern that cannot be divulged in public.
The disclosure came hours after the anti-graft chief slumped at an event at the Presidential Villa on Thursday afternoon.
Mr Bawa was complaining about widespread identity crimes across Nigeria in his speech before the incident.
The Minister of Police Affairs says President Muhammadu Buhari will make the final decision on DCP Abba Kyari’s involvement in an international money laundering scheme.
The Nigerian, 28-year-old Kenneth Ogudu, who lives in Columbus, Ohio, was involved in an online fraud and money laundering scheme.
The convict scammed one of his victims, a recently widowed 68 years old, into sending him over $300,000, computer, wristwatch and clothes.
Officers who supervised the projects, including the House of Reps member who facilitated them refused to comment.
The judge issued a direct criminal summons against Mr Soludo for perjury, corruption and false declaration of assets, an action which was outside the jurisdiction of his court.
The EFCC told the court that Mr Koudeih, who was named as an associate of Mompha, is one of the high-value targets in organised cyber syndicate network.
Mr Buhari told Igbo leaders that he has kept himself free of corrupt acquisitions so no one can come after him with allegations.