Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), on Tuesday, said the continuous examination of the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, isn’t personal.
He said this while accepting the honor for Outstanding Leadership in Public Service by Euro Knowledge Group.
“No, no, it’s not personal. I am not after anyone. It would be ideal if you I don’t need you to customize this. It isn’t unique in relation to different examinations we are doing,” he said.
At the point when requested to remark on the announcement by Saraki that he was being witch-chased, Magu said “never. “You welcome individuals who have carried out a wrongdoing, individuals who are degenerate.
“In the event that you are not degenerate, you are not here. “We get our work done great: here and there we lead primer examinations for as long as a half year and such people won’t realize we are researching them,” Magu said.
He depicted defilement as “a national catastrophe and mother everything being equal. “In the event that you expel catastrophe (defilement), you have a serene nation.” He said banditry, Boko Haram annoyance and different wrongdoings were “brought about by debasement and continued by defilement.
“It is been financed by stolen and washed assets, that is the reason it is being continued.” The acting administrator, be that as it may, said that if debasement was handled, banditry and kidnappings would be dealt with