The Human Rights Writers Affiliation of Nigeria, HURIWA, on Tuesday, accused President Muhammadu Buhari of deceiving and duping Nigerians.
HURIWA made the comment in response to the continued corruption trial of Ibrahim Magu, suspended Chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee, EFCC.
The rights group claimed that Buhari’s authorities was “playing with the sensitivities of Nigerians concerning the problems of alleged corrupt practices levelled towards Magu.”
An announcement by the Nationwide Coordinator of the frontline activist group, Emmanuel Onwubiko, mentioned a number of months after a panel was set as much as trial Magu, nothing has been heard.
In accordance with Onwubiko: “It’s clear that we’ve got all been deceived and duped by the President Muhammadu Buhari- led administration into believing the ferry tales that it plans to basically overhaul the hierarchy of the anti-graft physique following the organising of a judicial panel led by erstwhile President of courtroom of Enchantment Justice Ayo salami to probe accusations of corruption towards Ibrahim Magu and a few of his associates often called ‘Magu Boys’.
“It’s now over a number of months for the reason that panel was inaugurated and the then appearing Chairman of EFCC Ibrahim Magu was suspended, arrested, detained for days and freed. However until date, the Federal authorities is but to reveal the end result of that panel even because the anti – graft physique has remained with no substrate and is seemingly rudderless and directionless.
“Actually, this authorities of Muhammadu Buhari has performed on the gullibility of most individuals to assume that it might probably get away with such monumental deception and lies.
“The federal government by this Orchestrated and choreographed delay within the investigation of EFCC beneath the suspended appearing Chairman Ibrahim Magu has proven a complete lack of commitments to battle corruption which has eaten deep into the affairs of Just about all Federal businesses and ministries, a few of which cannot even meet up with the statutory obligation of paying workers salaries.”