Corruption is fighting back EFCC – Magu
By Oak TV
18 February 2017 | 5:58 am
The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr Ibrahim Magu, has linked his recent travails to his stepping on powerful toes, following efforts to ensure that corrupt persons are brought to justice.
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