Shehu Sani, the former senator representing Kaduna central has reacted to the ongoing investigation against the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu who was suspended on Tuesday July 7.In a Facebook post the former Senator shared, he accused Magu of running a “cult” in the agency. Sani alleged that the select team of ”vicious and cruel” officers known as “the Magu Boys” or “the Chairman Squad”, operate exclusively and with impunity and only report directly to their boss.He added that he believes a lot of revelations will be coming out from other marginalized and honest officers in the anti-corruption agency.Sani wrote;Contrary to the facade you see from the Outside,the EFCC has been run by an inside cult called “the Magu Boys” or “the Chairman Squad”: They are a select cream of vicious and cruel officers who operates exclusively and with impunity and only report directly to their boss. The inside cult is the dark and immoral aspect of the agency engaged in persecution, blackmail, frame ups and cruelty. The cult has been the wheel behind the ordeal of their embattled Boss. Until they are rooted out from the agency also. I believe a lot of revelations will be coming out from other marginalized and honest officers in the so called anti corruption agency.!
Lagos SARS Officer Shoots Recklessly As He Assaults A 65-Year-Old Lady And Her Children
The Kano State Police Command on Thursday, August 20, rescued a 55-year-old Nigerian man, Murtala Muhammad, at Kofar Fada in Rogo Local Government Area of the state. According to reports, Muhammad, was rescued after being locked up in a room by his father for 30 years. He was locked up due to a mental illness […]
A Rivers State High Court sitting in Port Harcourt has sentenced a Serial killer, Gracious David-West to death by hanging for the multiple murder of several females in hotels in different parts of the state. David-West who was charged with ten counts of murder and attempted murder is reported to have committed the crime in […]