Magu speaks on EFCC ‘witch-hunting’ Saraki, gives reasons for Senate President’s probe
Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, on Tuesday announced that the new examination of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, was not a witch-chase.
Magu said the commission does not witch-chase any administration official regardless of their political foundation.
Tending to columnists at the EFCC’s central station in Abuja, Magu revealed that the Commission just explores individuals it suspects of being engaged with degenerate practices.
Magu likewise expressed that the examination of Saraki did not depend on close to home thought process.
At the point when inquired as to why the EFCC was reviving examinations concerning old arguments against Saraki, Magu stated: “No it isn’t close to home, we are not after anyone. His case isn’t unique in relation to different people that are being researched.
“The EFCC does not seek after individuals who don’t have defilement cases. In the event that you are not degenerate, we don’t welcome you. On the off chance that you are not a 419 or web fraudster, we could never welcome you.
“We get our work done great. At times we lead our examinations for as long as a half year, we have been exploring individuals for over five years.
“Debasement is a national catastrophe, each Nigerian should battle defilement, regardless of whether you are in Nigeria or outside the nation. You expel defilement, you destroy calamity. Every one of these banditries and Boko Haram, the root is debasement.”