EFCC boss nabbed for Corruption

Sometime in early July, President Muhammadu Buhari suspended the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, from office . The suspension follows the examination of claims of gross wrongdoing against him early in July, 2020.

From impeccable sources, Magu was suspended in view of being charged for varying misconducts.

The EFCC supervisor showed up before a presidential probe board headed by resigned Justice Ayo Salami, who is exploring the charges against him.

The most recent revealation is coming a day after he was welcome to confront the Rtd Justice Ayo Salami drove who heads the panel, to make first hand defense against the claims that had been leveled against him, which hinged on wrongdoing and monetary inconsistencies.

In the interim, the Presidency in response to the probe of Magu, announced that it shows that no one under the organization of President Muhammadu Buhari is above investigation. An observed report proposes that the examination of the EFCC manager was to strengthen that this present organization’s duty to straightforwardness and responsibility, including that the holder of such office must be beyond reproach.

Factual reports suggests that the cross examination of Magu is to offer him the chance to free himself from the profound charges against him.

The Department of State Services (DSS), yesterday expressed that as opposed to claims in the media that the EFCC supervisor had been detained, he was just welcomed by a presidential board that was set up to query the exercises of the EFCC.

As indicated by the DSS, he was served the solicitation to the board, while on his way to the Force Headquarters, Abuja for a gathering, so he was neither captured nor compelled to respect the greeting.

Local Nigerian media also reported that the acting Chairman of EFCC showed up before probe panel ascertaining claims of gross misdemeanor levied against him on Monday, July 6, 2020.

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