Nat’l interest, Rule of Law guide our work —EFCC Chairman


By Soni Daniel, Northern Region Editor

The Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mr. Ibrahim Magu, said yesterday, that the ongoing anti-corruption war being waged by the commission would always be guided by strict adherence to the Rule of Law and national interest.

Ibrahim Magu
Ibrahim Magu

Magu, who spoke in Abuja, said EFCC, under his leadership, would abide by court orders in the discharge of its duties.

The commission had in recent times been criticised for not releasing the immediate past National Security Adviser, Col Sambo Dasuki (rtd.), after being granted bail by a FCT High Court.

Magu dismissed such fears, assuring that EFCC had no intention to disobey any court order.

He said that there was no reason for the commission to embark on any act of impunity since it was also an agency regulated by law in the discharge of its operations.

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