Magu opens up on alleged N4b, N28m to Osinbajo, Falana
By Akinpelusakiru94 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 7761 views
Ibrahim Magu, the suspended acting chairman, financial and economic Crimes commission (EFCC), has unfolded on the allegations that he gave N4 billion to vice chairman Yemi Osinbajo.
Magu described the declare as fake and a calculated try to tarnish Osinbajo’s tough-earned recognition
The suspended EFCC boss, who became freed from detention on Wednesday, similarly denied giving the sum of N28 million to Femi Falana SAN, a human rights legal professional.
Magu spoke in a petition signed by way of his legal professional, Wahab Kunle Shittu and addressed to the Chairman of the Presidential Investigations Panel, Justice Isa Ayo Salami.
“Our consumer strongly denies this falsehood in opposition to the reputable vice chairman of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Our patron has never given the sum of N4 billion or any sum in any respect to Prof. Yemi Osinbajo SAN, GCON, vice president of Federal Republic of Nigeria as wrongly reported.”
This allegation is whole falsehood designed to tarnish the tough-earned recognition of the vp.
“This allegation is a whole fabrication. Our patron by no means gave N28 million or any amount to Mr. Femi Falana SAN as maliciously said. Our consumer also denies any link with a Kaduna-based Bureau De exchange Operator as alleged.”
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