We will not disobey court order — EFCC Chairman

Acting EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu

The acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has reiterated that the commission will not disobey any court order in the course of its anti-corruption war.

Mr. Magu said this on Tuesday in Abuja at a meeting with journalists.

He said that media cooperation was critical to keeping Nigerians informed of happenings in the commission.

The EFCC boss further added that media support was also needed to fight corruption in the country.

“The fight against corruption is not about me or EFCC; it’s about the entity called Nigeria and every one of us.’’

Mr. Magu was appointed the commission`s boss on November 9 by President Muhammadu Buhari.

He was an Assistant Commissioner of Police before taking over from ex-chair, Ibrahim Lamorde.


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  • Tafidan Dogon Daji

    After Dasukis?

  • C3kwe

    Throughout your short career in the Efcc, you have frequently flouted the court order. Remember that one day you may be called to account for your bad deeds in the human rights court in Hague, and there would be no buhari to come to your rescue.