The nonappearance of EFCC Boss, Ibrahim Magu for the second day at the anti graft Head Quaters is said to have made an initiative vacuum as he has not approved anybody to follow up for his sake.
It was found out that individuals from staff of the commission were at a misfortune concerning how to manage matters requiring the acting administrator’s consideration who in spite of his test, has not been suspended from office.
A source near the commission stated: “In the event that he had been authoritatively suspended over the claims, the official responsible for tasks at the commission would have acted in his place. As it is currently, that can’t occur and everybody seems, by all accounts, to be playing safe.”
Magu, on Tuesday, be that as it may, moved a portion of his things out of the central station of the commission, wothappen learnt. As per perfect security sources, the EFCC supervisor trained his kin to move his things from the workplace on Tuesday morning while he was headed to the Presidency for the second day of his flame broiling.
The source unveiled that the helpers went to the EFCC central command in two vehicles to pack a portion of the possessions while it was assembled that the associates may come back again today to pack what stays in the office. There were unverified reports on Tuesday that President Buhari may have suspended Magu.
The source said;“The panel investigating allegations against the acting EFCC chairman has been sitting for some weeks now. In consonance with the principle of fairness and justice, it was needful that the acting chairman is given opportunity to respond to the allegations which are weighty in nature.“Under the Muhammadu Buhari administration, nobody is above scrutiny. The investigation is to reinforce transparency and accountability rather than to vitiate it.”
The anti-graft boss is facing allegations of corruption levelled against him by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami.