The Division of State Companies (DSS) has debunked the report that the company arrested the performing Chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu
Naija Information had earlier reported that the boss to the nation’s major anti-graft company, Magu was picked up by the DSS over allegations that he owns 4 properties and that he was allegedly transferring funds overseas by a 3rd get together.
Nevertheless, a press launch made out there to Naija Information by Peter Afunanya, the general public relations officer of DSS revealed that Magu was by no means arrested.
Peter Ifunaya mentioned that; The Division of State Companies (DSS) needs to tell the general public that they didn’t arrest Ibrahim Magu, Performing Chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) as has been reported by sections of the media.
In the meantime, It is going to be recalled that Magu was referred to as by a presidential panel of inquiry over alleged misappropriation of funds on the anti-graft company earlier immediately.
Naija Information remembers that the Legal professional Basic of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN) had requested President Muhammadu Buhari to sack Magu.
Malami in a petition forwarded to President Buhari listed 22 weighty allegations in opposition to Magu to justify the advice of his sack from workplace.
Three excessive profile candidates have been additionally included within the AGF’s petition to the president as a alternative for Magu.
The push by Malami can also be understood to have been dropped at the eye of Magu by his supporters throughout the presidency, prompting the EFCC boss to begin establishing his personal protection mechanisms as properly.