ABUJA - Nigeria's anti-graft agency on Monday charged the country's former interior minister with fraud and money laundering over the death of some 20 job seekers in a 2014 stampede. Former President Goodluck Jonathan's interior minister Abba Moro was arrested last week by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in connection with a recruitment stampede which claimed the lives of desperate job seekers. Dozens were injured in the March 2014 stampede when job seekers scrambled to take screening tests for employment, according to media reports.