Malami’s nominees to replace Magu emerge

Malami recommends CP, retired DIG, AIG as replacement for Magu
Magu (left) and Malami.

By Soni Daniel

The names of the three nominees advisable the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Mr. Abubakar Malami, to President Muhammadu Buhari to choose as a alternative for Ibrahim Magu have emerged.

Top on the checklist is a retired Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Sani Usman, who’s believed to have been vetted by President Muhammadu Buhari for the job.

Also advisable by Malami for the job, based on a web based medium, is the present FCT Police Commissioner, Bala Ciroma, who had beforehand served because the EFCC Head of Operations, and a retired Assistant Inspector-General of Police, AIG, from Kebbi State.

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Buhari is claimed to have additionally vetted retired DIG Usman and Ms. Diseye Nsirim-Poweigba, a retired police commissioner in Niger State, as alternative for Magu, who has been on the submit in appearing capability since November 9, 2015, following the eighth Senate’s rejection of his nomination twice.

Malami final week wrote the President recommending Ibrahim Magu’s quick sack as head of the anti-graft company over alleged a number of severe offences bordering on diversion of recovered belongings, insubordination and misconduct.

But the AGF has stored mute on the event, as he neither denies nor confirms sending the memo to Buhari.

The Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, seems unperturbed over the transfer to oust him. carrying on together with his job with none qualms.

But someway, Buhari will both retain or take away Magu.


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