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BREAKING: Presidency finally speaks on Magu’s ongoing Probe

The Nigerian Presidency has declared that the ongoing investigation of the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial crimes commission, EFCC, is proof that nobody in the Buhari administration is above scrutiny.

Speaking to state house correspondents on Tuesday, a reliable source in the Presidency who pleaded anonymity, disclosed that the Probe was mainly to give Magu an opportunity to clear himself of the hefty allegations levelled against him.

The source stated the probe on Magu will reinforce the Buhari administration’s commitment to transparency.

The unsigned statement read: “The panel investigating allegations against Ag. EFCC Chairman had been sitting for some weeks now.”

“In consonance with the principle of fairness and justice, it was needful that the Ag. Chairman be given opportunity to respond to the allegations, which are weighty in nature.”

“Under the Muhammadu Buhari administration, nobody is above scrutiny. Repeat: nobody.”

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5 Comments

  1. Do whatever you like, one day u will still leave.This is the same magu lawmakers refused to approve but you said that you can’t stop him.God is watching you

  2. Buhari administration should pls probe Adams oshiomole and goodwill akpabio including bola tinubu since nobody is above scrutiny

  3. The leaders of this country are not helping matter at all everyday one story or another.you people should remember this is not what you people promise the Nation God Almighty Will..shame u people.using covi19 to be stealing money and the mass are suffering failure governments

  4. Govt of pretenders we are still waiting to c the genuity of all there actions after failing in all there promises,no lights,and very high praise of petrol, this was not what they prms us , previous govt still better jooo

  5. A govt that fight corruption for 6 yrs on ACTING CAPACITY can be said to be serious govt. Nigerians are full of regrets for this administration.

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