Ahead of the presidential election on Saturday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has threatened to arrest and prosecute any politician who engages in vote-buying in any part of the country.

The Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, handed down the warning in a statement made available to newsmen, announced a special reward to Nigerians who would volunteer information on those buying or encouraging vote-buying during the polls.

Magu made it clear that those who give out cash and those who receive the cash to undermine the electoral process would be treated as common criminals wherever they are caught.

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