What does Senate rejection of Magu portend for anti-corruption war?

The rejection of the acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, by the Senate was not based on any opposition party’s protest or complaint. It was a product of a report by the Department of State Services, which is also an agency of the Federal Government. There was no trace of any opposition […]

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