In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 16th, July, 2020

4 Revelations Magu Made After His Launch From Detention

Four Revelations Magu Made After His Release From Detention

Ibrahim Magu

Suspended EFCC performing chairman, Ibrahim Magu 

 

The embattled and suspended performing chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee, Ibrahim Magu has opened up about his ordeal after spending about 10 days in detention.

 

Recall that he regained his freedom within the night of Wednesday, July 15. 

 

Shortly after his launch, the suspended performing chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC), spoke to The Nation completely about his travails. Listed below are 4 takeaways from the interview: 

 

1. Allegations in opposition to him are “nonsense”

 

Magu stated he was shocked when he learn the allegations in opposition to him, saying “they’re nonsense”. In response to him, the allegations had been cooked as much as tarnish his picture and that of the EFCC.

 

2. A case of canine eats canine

 

Talking in parable, Magu stated what occurred to him “is a case of canine eats canine”, He, nonetheless, he thought of it “as a kind of dangers of the job”.

 

three. Anti-corruption struggle is winnable

 

The embattled EFCC boss stated regardless of the challenges, he strongly believes the struggle in opposition to corruption may be profitable. He, due to this fact, urged Nigerians to “personal the battle in opposition to corruption” which President Buhari “is set to eradicate”.

 

four Not discouraged by his travails

 

Magu stated he was glad to be launched, including that he “will ceaselessly wage battle in opposition to corruption”.

 

“It isn’t a private struggle. Whether or not I’m EFCC Chairman or not, the anti-corruption battle should proceed,” Magu stated.

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“I’m glad to be again, I imagine the battle in opposition to corruption is winnable.”

 

 

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