Ibrahim Magu has praised President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption campaign, while also refusing to comment on the controversial return of Abdulrasheed Maina.
He said, “You and I know that he is not kidding. He is not pretending. There is no pretence there in his will to fight corruption. There is no doubt about that.
“You know me enough and we would go ahead. We will not disappoint the rest of the world.
“They have recognised that the president is doing well and they have come here, the African Union, our brothers and sisters and we will do everything possible to contribute positively.”
When asked to point out the anti-graft agency’s position on the recall of wanted former chairman of the defunct Presidential Task Team on Pension Reforms (PTTPR), Maina, Magu said he’ll make a statement at an appropriate time.
“We should reserve that for another time. We have done our best. We have declared him a wanted person. It is on our website. At the appropriate time, I would make statement on this issue,” he said.
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