A combined team of riot policemen and operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) are currently searching the residence of Ibrahim Magu, the suspended boss of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
PREMIUM TIMES, in a report quoted
a source close to the presidential panel set up to investigate Magu as saying that the operatives were detailed to conduct searches at Magu’s private home in Karu and his official residence in the Maitama District of the Nigerian capital.
A family source who asked not to be mentioned informed this newspaper that Magu is still with the presidential panel.
“As I speak with you our men are on their way to Maitama, having finished with his house in Karu,” the source said.
A domestic staff at the residence confirmed the presence of the security men as of 7:30 pm.
He said the security operatives arrived in four vehicles and spent over an hour searching the house.
“They searched the house but found nothing so they wrote a report and both of us signed,” said a security guard in the house who was not authorised to speak.
Magu was suspended on Tuesday by the President Muhammadu Buhari administration amidst allegations of gross misconduct.
The suspension was confirmed by top officials at the presidency
According to sources at the Presidency, the next most-senior EFCC official next to Magu was asked to take charge.