Stella Dimoko Nigerian Senate Deny Rejecting Nomination Of Magu As EFCC Boss


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Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Nigerian Senate Deny Rejecting Nomination Of Magu As EFCC Boss

The Nigerian Senate has stated that it did not reject the nomination of Ibrahim Magu as chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

The Senate leader, Mohammed Ali Ndume made the clarification in an interview with State House correspondents on Monday.

He spoke after a closed-door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari.

Ndume insisted that the Senate only stepped down Magu’s screening last Thursday “pending when security issues concerning him are cleared”.

He added that the Nigerian Senate would confer with Buhari on his next line of action on Magu in view of the security report against him.

Ndume further stressed that the Senate had not indicted the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir David Lawal, of abuse of office.

The Borno Senator noted that investigation by the Senate on the SGF was still ongoing and that Nigerians should refrain from making premature conclusions.


  1. So he's been investigated that's why we should take a chill pill. Ok

  2. Enter your comment...i c

  3. All na Grammer, good morning y'all.

  4. All these talking from both sides of their mouth. Mtcheew!!

  5. Eye service, Fronting Tough Lawmakers

  6. LMAO. What did Buhari say to them that made them have an about face? Politicians keep disappointing


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