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The embatted former acting Chairman of the Economic and. Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr Ibrahim Magu would be investigated by the Code of Conduct Bureau for alledged breach of code for public officers.

In a letter dated 2nd November which was signed by the Director of Intelligence, Investigation and Monitoring on behalf of the Chairman, Ibrahim Magu was expected to appear before the bureau on Tuesday 17th November, 2020 by 11am for interrogation.

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The letter which was seen by our correspondent indicated that Magu should come along with the Certified True Copies of his appointment letter, developed and undeveloped landed properties and other vital documents that could. exonerate him.

Part of the letter reads: The Bureau is investigating a case of alledged breach of Code of Conduct for Public Officers against Mr. Ibrahim Magu.

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“You are expected to come along with the Certified True Copies (CTC) of the following documents: acknowledgement slips of all your assets declaration to the Code of Conduct Bureau since you joined Public Service.

“Copies of your appointment letter, acceptance, records of service, and payslips from January to May, 2020.

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“All documentation of your landed properties, both developed and undeveloped.”

CAPITAL POST recalls that the EFCC’s former acting Chairman was removed from office in May, 2020 over alledged corrupt enrichment.

Former Justice of the Court of Appeal, Ayo Salami who was appointed Chairman of Presidential panel has grilled Magu for weeks and the report is being awaited.

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