Former Second Vice-President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Monday Ubani has called out embattled boss of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu for carrying out a selective war on corruption in his time of office.
In an interview with Daily Independent, Ubani said “It all confirms the fight that Magu’s fight against corruption is selective. Aside the petition on the bullion vans written about Tinubu, what about Ganduje? What about Adams Oshiomhole, the former National chairman of APC?”
” These are people that from all available facts and evidences, petitions were written against and submitted to the EFCC. Was there any investigation carried out by Magu? Definitely, his anti-corruption war is selective”.
“Most times, it is also based on the issue of appointment of the EFCC chairperson. The President makes the appointment and it is confirmed by the Senate”.