By Etse Kassim, Abuja
Ibrahim Magu, acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) has dismissed claim over his purported removal as the head of the anti-graft agency.
News of Magu’s removal and the so-called appointment of one Ahmed Abdulrahman as his successor has been making the round in social media in the past few days. rs singapore online pharmacy for cialis
But EFCC in a post on his twitter handle on Tuesday morning dismissed the claim as a fake news and handiwork of mischief makers.
According to the tweet, Magu has not been kicked out as head of the anti-graft agency, hence, he remains the chairman of the Commission.
The tweet reads: “#Alert: For the avoidance of any doubt, there is no “change of guards” at the EFCC. Ibrahim Magu remains the acting EFCC Chairman.
“Purveyors of #fakenews concerning the EFCC are hereby warned to desist from such mischief as the anti-graft agency remains committed to its mission.”
The position of EFCC, which reaffirmed Magu as its head also collaborated the statement credited to Itse Sagay, Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption (PACAC)
Sagay had two days ago described as untrue speculations indicating that Magu has been removed from office. viagra pills for men
“I am certainly not aware of it and it is untrue. It is certainly untrue, he has not been removed.
“It is the rumours of those who wish corruption continues in this country and who want corruption to thrive. It is wishful thinking, he has not been removed,” the no-nonsense legal luminary had said.