The Federal Government is to begin the profiling of some non-profit organisations (NGOs) in the country, in order to ensure compliance with regulations against money laundering and terrorist financing. The director, Nigerian Financial intelligence Unit (NFIU), Mr Francis Usani, disclosed this at a regional workshop on money laundering organised by the Inter-Governmental Action Group Against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA), on Wednesday, in Abuja. Usani who is also the National Correspondent of GIABA, said that the profiling would address some “deficient NGOs” in the country. According to him, “Recently, the budget office is doing something to address some deficient NGOs and also engaging the NFIU to profile some NGOs in the country. “This is going to be a continuous exercise to profile and see the NGOs that are actually committed to their main cause and those not committed to any cause; these will probably be delisted and maybe their registrations be removed.