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Buba Galadima: If Ibrahim Magu talks, Nigeria will turn upside down

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A member of the All Progressives Congress Board of Trustees (BoT), Buba Galadima has said Nigeria would turn upside down if suspended Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu exposed the sleaze perpetrated by the nation’s political class.

He disclosed this while reacting to the suspended EFCC boss’s probe by the Justice Ayo Salami-led Special Presidential Probe Panel.

Galadima maintained that nothing would come out of the probe.

According to him, Magu is the government’s “errand boy” that has dirt on most influential Nigerians and so is untouchable.

He said that Magu may not be restored to his post but would come out of the probe unscathed.

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Galadima said, “I believe those accusing Magu of infractions are no better than him, that is one.

“Secondly, I said on the day he was arrested that nothing would happen to him; I said on that day that within two weeks, he was going to be released. He was not only released but they restored his security team. That goes to tell you that we are just wasting our time.

“Nothing can happen to Magu because if he spills the beans, this country will turn upside down and they know that.

“The highest they can do now is to send Magu to the National Institute for Police and Strategic Studies in Jos, or the War College; to go on Sabbatical for one year and promote him to an Assistant Inspector-General of Police and retire him from there.

“That is the only thing they can do, nothing more, I assure you they can’t charge Magu to court.”


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