Saliu said this while addressing Niger Delta youths who yesterday staged a protest at the commission's office over the current investigations into the $15 million found in four company accounts linked to former first lady, Patience Jonathan.
The youths alleged the investigation was selective.
"There is nothing selective in the cases of EFCC. We are professionals to the core. Once an allegation is made, before somebody is even invited, the invitation is the last leg of our cases. Bank documents and things we need to inquire would have been gotten. Port Harcourt Zonal office alone, this year, has 24 convictions and recovered over a billion naira” he said