Foreign missions to monitor Magu’s screening 

by Dolapo Adelana

Foreign missions and donor agencies will on Wednesday monitor the screening of acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu by the Senate, The Nation reports.

It was gathered that the embassies have directed over 10 foreign missions and donor agencies to monitor the session.

A top official of one of the missions said, “We heard of the confirmation notice at short notice but we have put all steps in place to monitor the process.

“We are interested in Magu’s screening because it might determine the direction of your anti-graft war.

“So far, I think we are about 10 missions and agencies that have compared notes on the screening.”

Another said, “We were caught unawares but we will send a representative to the screening to watch the development.

“We want to monitor the process to gauge the mindset of the Senate and Magu.”

It was also gathered that Senate President Bukola Saraki on Tuesday briefed the leadership of the Senate on the controversial reports of the Department of State Services (DSS) on Magu.

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