Magu, Former EFCC Boss: I was a victim of corruption fighting back
Ibrahim Magu, a former acting Chairman of the EFCC, described his departure from the anti-corruption agency as “corruption fighting back.”
Magu was removed from office in July 2020 after being accused of corruption.
On Sunday, October 9, Magu, who was represented by his son, Mohammed, spoke at an award ceremony organized in his honor by the Northern Female Students Association.
“I am a victim of corruption fighting back, but I am happy that recent events are revealing the truth to Nigerians” he said
Magu served as acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC from 9 November 2015, until his suspension on 7 July 2020. He was replaced by Muhammed Umar as the acting EFCC chairman.