Suspended Chairman of the EFCC spoke to The Nation shortly after his election. Ibrahim Magu was detained by the FCID on 6 July 2020 when he was questioned by the Presidential Panel of Justice Ayo Salami.
He said :They are nonsense, they are pure trump statements to tarnish my reputation and that of the EFCC. I'm not thinking about steaking or diverting or transferring funds to private use. I read the statement, and I was surprised to hear it. I would like to thank the Nigerians for their help and they should not be discouraged. I'm glad to be back, I believe that the fight against corruption can be won.
As for me, I 'm going to wage war on corruption forever. I urge the people of Nigeria to support the fight against corruption. They don't give up fighting because corruption is killing a nation faster than anything else. This isn't a personal battle. Whether or not I am the President of the EFCC, the anti-corruption wat must proceed. What I've been through is a Doc case that eats a dog, but I can see it
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