According to reports, Magu was taken into detention in order to defend himself before the Panel. The Presidential Committee on Recovered Assets revealed some of Magu's offences including failure to remit interest on the 550 Billion Naira Recovered Loot, Money Laundry and Receiving Bribes, The acquisition of a Property in Dubai, United Arab Emirates using an Abuja Pastor as a front.
A tweet from three years ago from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Official Twitter Handle appears to have forseen the fate of the suspended EFCC Boss.
The Tweet dated November 21, 2017 revealed a plot by some persons to frame the-then Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu of ownership of properties abroad. The tweet specified that the plot was to purchase properties under the name of Ibrahim Magu and hire underlings to claim that he acquired the said properties. It was then emphatically stated that Magu has no interest in any property abroad, neither did he ask for assistance from any person or organisation to acquire it on his behalf.
Interestingly, one of the allegations against Magu is the acquisition of a 573 Million Naira Property in Dubai, UAE, with an Abuja Pastor allegedly purchasing it on his behalf.
Accusations and counter accusations have been flying around in the media, some of which are unconfirmed. Among the latest is the recent news that 12 directors of the EFCC have been suspended.
This Tweet raises a lot of Questions. Did EFCC predict Magu's Fate?
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