Detain Magu for 28 days – Fayose tells presidential Panel

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Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has advised the presidential panel investigating the allegations of fraud levelled against the embattled chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission(EFCC), Ibrahim Magu to formalize his detention by obtaining a 28-days Remand Order from a court of competent jurisdiction.

He shared this in a tweet via his twitter handle adding that the panel must equally get temporary and permanent forfeiture of loots linked to Magu.

His tweet:

The Panel should formalize Magu’s detention by obtaining 28-days Remand Order from court to enable completion of investigations. The panel must equally get Temporary & Permanent Forfeiture of loots linked to him. That’s Magu’s style & procedure while in office. He can’t complain now

5 Comments

  1. Everything is turn by turn, it might be your turn tomorrow because all the leaders that we have been having no saint among them. So, think twice.

  2. This is the real problem of this country. We always think and act that detaining or jailing someone serves as good punishment to his offence. Its absolutely wrong. When one commit a crime against the state, he should be shot to death after conviction. This is how China become great and people are afraid to steal public fund. Magu supposed not to be granted bail at all until he is tried and convicted.

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