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Mike Ozekhome, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), has stated that it will be morally inexplicable for President Muhammadu Buhari to nominate Ibrahim Magu as the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for a third time after being rejected by the Senate twice.

“Re-presenting his (Magu’s) name will raise more questions than answers as to why the insistence on one man," he said according to a Punch report.

"This is unlike the first instance when the Senate merely turned him down without any screening.

“That it was done shortly after the celebrated arrival of President Buhari from his medical vacation makes it more interesting and more significant as it underlines the independence of the legislature, the Senate.

“It is high time for President Buhari to look for another competent Nigerian out of about 180 million people in population. After all, there was once a Nuhu Ribadu, a Mrs Farida Waziri and a Mr Ibrahim Lamorde. Like the saying goes, ‘soldiers go, soldiers come, barracks remain’”.


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