Chairman of the Economic and Financial crimes commission, Ibrahim Magu has been suspended by the Nigerian Presidency.
This news came just a day after it was rumored that the chairman of Economic Financial Crimes Commission Chairman, was arrested by the Department of State Services (DSS), on Monday 6th of July 2020.
Although Both the DSS and EFCC have both denied the allegations, but said that he was invited by a presidential panel to answers allegations based on corruption.
The news reaching us according to a Twitter user identified as Aliyu Tanko, Magu was suspended by the presidential panel after been found wanting.
Breaking – Sources have confirmed to @bbchausa that Ibrahim Magu has been suspended as the acting EFCC boss.
— Aliyu Tanko (@aliyutanko) July 7, 2020
It’s ironic how one who charges and fight against corruption is being questioned for being corrupt, that says a lot about the leadership of our dear country.