A statement from the presidency has revealed that lot more would be heard and seen in the case of the suspended economic and financial crime Commission boss as the panel probing the case are almost set to submit the result of the findings.
The EFCC boss, Ibrahim Magu, was arrested and detained by the Department of State Service in Wuse, Abuja over corruption charges. Although, Magu has been released, he has already been suspended with panel set to investigate him over the allege corruption.
While the investigation is still ongoing, the Senior Special Assistant to the president on Media And Publicity, Garba Shehu, stressed on Channels Televisions Sunday Politics that Nigerians should be ready for surprises as the panel probing the suspended EFCC chairman is almost set to submit a report of its findings.
Mr Garba also stressed that the panel led by Justice Ayo Salami keeps the president updated on some of the findings already. He therefore, assured Nigerians that since President Buhari is recognized worldwide for his fight against corruption, any manipulation detected will be addressed, and urged Nigerians to ignore people who are trying to frustrate the effort of the justice Salami-led panel.
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