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Secrets Behind The Rejection Of EFCC Chairman

A journalist working with the British Broadcasting Corporation has aired her seeming disaffection with the decision of the Nigerian Senate to reject the confirmation of the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu.

After a lengthy period of screening of Mr. Ibrahim Magu by the Red Chamber, a majority of the lawmakers rejected his confirmation for a second time.

BBC journalist Stephanie Hegarty has questioned the capacity of the Senate to disqualify Magu considering the fact that the Senate President, Bukola Saraki and 10 others are being investigated by the EFCC for corruption...


Let's just say Nigeria is a funny country. Na so we see am!

24 comments:

  1. Nigeria for show, like say we no know as e dey go
    #Believe

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  2. if person dy do good work na den enemies dy choke for him back

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  3. So, its more like they are fighting the d man who called them out on corruption charges directly.

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  4. Oladimeji Seun16 March, 2017 06:52

    Naigeria is a funny country truely, i know that they will not conferm the man cos they will always try to cover their misdeed.

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  5. she made very good points..only God go help us with these evil men we have as leaders.no how him go enter there cuz dem no want make dere nyash open finish..iranu

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  6. No way for them to escape they must face their corruption charges

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  7. For dem not to be investegated,na wooo

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  8. That is the irony of the whole scenario, but that should not deter magu from doing his job

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  9. You aren't wrong... Nigeria is a funny country jor.

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  10. True fact...

    They have no capacity at all...

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  11. Senate of jokers. At least, the world is now watching their absurdity. Thank goodness for this

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  12. Wat else do we expect, wen we elect heartless people to represent us..... Pls the man should continue to be acting is better that way except the constitution says other wise

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  13. My journalist if it's you that is in Senate president shoe will you confirm magu? You can't confirm someone who will frustrate and give you headache.

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  14. In fact I am crying for my country

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  15. It's the only fact behind his disqualify by the Red chambers

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  16. The Senate is comprising of disgraceful bunch of Nigerians

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  17. Hassan Aderemi16 March, 2017 10:39

    Some of them have skeleton in their cupboards, confirmation of Magu might expose their dirty deals.

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  18. Na dem conscience dey at work as dem hands no clean..

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  19. Stanley Odinaka18 March, 2017 10:47

    True talk, politics in Nigeria

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  20. Stanley Odinaka18 March, 2017 10:47

    True talk,politics in Nigeria

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