Ibrahim Magu, suspended Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is in fresh trouble.
We gathered that he has been asked to account for the sum of N700 million meant for training of the EFCC’s operatives.
Insiders said the panel, led by former President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Ayo Salami, retd, ordered Magu’s offices in Abuja and Lagos locked up.
Besides, our sources added that about 18 of his aides were ordered locked out of their offices by the panel and three bullet-proof exhibit vehicles (Special Utility Vehicles, SUVs) he had been using were recovered from him by the panel.
We learnt that members of the panel stormed the headquarters of the anti-graft agency recently and arrested three operatives and made away with computers in the offices.