The committee, which has a retired Army Major General Mobolaji Koleoso as Chairman, is expected to help track and recover all looted funds and assets of the state.
He pointed out that, “No responsible government would fold its alms and watch few individuals deprive the masses of their right to decent living as a result of corruption.”
The Governor said he feels emboldened by the successful onslaught of President Muhammadu Buhari in the war against the impunity of corruption in the country.
He charged the committee to be diligent and transparent in the discharge of their responsibility and urged them to see the task as a call to selfless service.
In his remark, Chairman of the committee, Maj Gen Koleoso, said the committee would ensure fairness and transparency in the discharge of its assignment, noting that he considers the responsibility as a privilege to serve God and humanity.
The committee which has Barrister Katun Sule as Secretary, has the following persons as members, State Auditor General, Yakubu Okala; Mariam Ladi Ibrahim; Kasim Suleiman; Director General,Media and Publicity, Kingsley Fanwo; and Barrister Agada. A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Joseph Daudu, is to serve as legal counsel.