I Don't want to Know What is Right, The Fight Against Corruption Must Continue - Ibrahim Magu

The acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has vowed to continue the fight against corruption no matter who may be offended.

Magu stated this when he addressed staff of the commission in an interactive session to
mark EFCC’s 14th anniversary.

He said, “We will continue to fight corruption whether anybody likes it or not. Because, we know that, that is the only way we can bring succor to this country. Now that we have found ourselves in this position, please, let us put heads together.”

He assured the staff of his accessibility as he said, “my door is completely opened. If something is going on wrong, please come and tell me. If you don’t want to show your face, just write a letter to me. Information is very important. I am alone, if you don’t tell me what is wrong, I would not know.

“I don’t want to know what is right, just tell us how we can correct the system itself, because the system needs correction every day.”

He further cautioned against acts of corruption among the staff. “People are complaining about corruption in the EFCC, which is not good. We should not allow some individuals to spoil our names here,” he advised.

Appraising the corruption fight of the commission Magu said, “If you go to United States of America and the United Kingdom, they are all awash with news about us because of this Malabu case. So we are succeeding. Be part of the success. Forget about your own interest. Consider the overall interest of this country and the interest of the EFCC as an institution.”

Despite his rejection by the Nigerian Senate over corruption allegations around him, recent discoveries of hidden billions of naira in different parts of the country by the agency have continued to elicited praises from some Nigerians.

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