See Nigerians reactions to the release of the suspended EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu
By Eplug | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1558 views
The suspended EFCC chairman Ibrahim Magu was reportedly released after spending 10 day in detention. Ibrahim Magu was arrested on Monday, 5th of July, 2020 by the Department of State Security services from the EFCC's office at Wuse 2.
It was reported that he was taken directly to the Presidential Villa where he was brought to defend himself before the presidential panel set up to investigate allegations levelled against him by the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami.
Magu has since then remained in custody of the Security operatives and has appeared a number of times before the presidential panel. However, news of his release came out today, 15th of July, 2020 through various news outlets.
Nigerians has since stormed various social media outlets with their reactions to the news of his release, see some of their reactions below:
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