A previous Senate president, Bukola Saraki, has recouped two houses in Ilorin which were appropriated by the government after a court suppressed its request which briefly relinquished the properties to the administration.
The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos decided that the houses ought to be discharged to Saraki, The Nation announced. A previous Senate president, Bukola Saraki, has recouped two houses which were briefly seized by the FG.
Justice Rilwan Aikawa who conveyed the judgment expressed that Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) neglected to give good clarification about the root of the properties. As indicated by the appointed authority, the counter unite commission didn't give adequate bases why the court should allow perpetual relinquishment request on the properties.
According to an elite report by The Nation, Magu asked Nigerians not to abandon the battle against corruption. He said whether he is the administrator of EFCC or not, "Nigerians should continue the war against corruption, which President Muhammadu Buhari is ready to annihilate."
The troubled EFCC manager said what his experienced was "one of those dangers of the activity", including that all the claims flying around were to discolor his picture and that of EFCC.
So what do you think about magu's message? Is he truly in the position to advise Nigerians about fighting corruption? Drop your opinions in the comment section below let's discuss this. Also like share and follow me for more news updates. Thanks for reading.
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