Saturday, December 24, 2016

EFCC: Magu Gets 48 Hours to Reply DSS Allegation Before Buhari Takes Next Step

The Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, has given embattled EFCC Chairman Ibrahim Magu 48 hours to respond to the DSS allegations that got him rejected by the Senate, Vanguard says.

According to The Cable, the letter asking Magu to respond to the allegation, dated December 19 2016 was delivered to him last Tuesday.

Magu was directed to respond to the allegations in order to give him “fair hearing” before President Muhammadu Buhari decides on the next step.

The DSS had alleged that Magu’s accommodation in Abuja was paid for by a “corrupt businessman” and that he flew first class to Saudi Arabia for lesser hajj, contrary to federal government’s directive to its officials not to travel in the elite cabin.

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