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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Senate denies rejecting anti-graft chief, Magu on corruption allegations










The Nigerian Senate has refuse to admit that EFCC Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu was rejected because of corruption allegations.
The Senate President, Bukola Saraki during an interview with Senate correspondents in Dakhla, Morocco where he is attended an African Summit on climate change and food security with other senators said, "lack of consultation and indictment by security reports meant it had no choice than to follow institutional procedures."

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"The Presidency’s failure to consult widely on Magu’s nomination, or on issues such as the summon of Customs Comptroller General, Hamid Ali, is denying it of goodwill among senators," Saraki also said.
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