The embattled former acting chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, has reportedly shunned police cell – The report says that Magu now sleeps in the mosque within Force headquarters – President Buhari was said to have warned his ministers against rendering assistance to Magu
A report by Vanguard indicates that the suspended acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, who is facing trial before the presidential investigation panel over allegations of corruption levelled against him has reportedly shunned the cell of the Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID).
report that the embattled former EFCC boss has now turned the mosque in the premises of the police headquarters to his abode where he has spent his fourth night.
The police management team was said to have abandoned him to his fate to carry his own cross following his refusal to identify with the police hierarchy while his reign as the commission’s boss lasted.
Nigerian striker scores 2 goals to help top European club stretch their unbeaten run to 9 games The newspaper noted that the information from the FCID, revealed that Magu now spends his night inside a mosque at zone 10 office of FCID, Abuja where he was ordered to be detained pending the outcome of his trial.
Buhari reportedly issues warning to ministers, senior police officers against offering assistance to Magu The suspended acting chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, is facing trial over alleged corruption. Source
Sources said that though he was supposed to be kept inside the cell at the zone 10 office of FCID, Abuja, he normally spends hours behind the counter in front of the cell and after appearing at presidential panel headed by the former president of the Court of Appeal, Justice Ayo Salami, he would be brought back and later taken to the mosque midnight where he slept up till Thursday, July 9.
It was gathered that FCID, zone 10, has been well fortified since Magu was detained there and extra efforts have been made to scrutinize both officers and men working there including visitors. Furthermore, it was gathered that the police management team met early on Friday, July 10, and took far-reaching decisions over Magus’s trial.