It will be recalled that the former acting EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu was arrested last week Monday, by security forces, to answer some corruption allegations raised against questions by the Presidential panel headed by a former Appeal Court judge, Ayo Salami.
However, according to reports, the embattled former acting EFCC Chairman, was released on bail, based on self recognition on Wednesday evening, after spending 10 days in Police facility, as he revealed after gaining freedom that, all allegations made against him were mere fabrications.
Consequently, in another development, reports gathered showed that, Police detail has been withdrawn from the official and private residence of the suspended acting EFCC Chairman.
This was made known by TVCnews on Friday afternoon. It said:
"Just In: @PoliceNG detail withdrawn from the official and private residence of Ibrahim Magu."
Although, the reason for the withdrawal is not yet known, however, it may not be unconnected with the corruption allegations levelled against the suspended acting EFCC Chairman.
Consequently, while many have said Magu travail is an issue of victimization, others have argued that the former EFCC boss, may not be Innocent after all.
What do you think of these, could Magu be possibly guilty of these corruption allegations ?
Kindly share your thoughts on this.
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