CCB Summons Suspended EFCC Boss, Magu
The Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) has asked Ibrahim Magu, suspended acting chairman of the Economic and
Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), to appear before it on Tuesday.
The CCB invitation comes at a time Magu is being investigated by a presidential panel over alleged
misappropriation of recovered assets under his watch as head of the anti-graft agency
Magu is expected to appear before the bureau on November 17 with documents of all his landed properties.
In a letter dated November 2 and signed by CCB’s Director of Intelligence, Investigation and Monitoring,
the bureau directed Magu to produce acknowledgment slips of all the asset declarations he made since he
joined public service with all documents of certified true copies.
The other documents the suspended EFCC boss was ordered to make available to the bureau, including copies of
his appointment letter, acceptance, records of service and pay slips from January to May 2020, and documents
about both his developed and undeveloped landed properties.
This comes about four months after Magu was suspended from office over the probe of the activities of the
anti-graft agency under his watch.