Reno Omokri Confirms That TY Danjuma Was Right In Assertion Against Security Agencies, Calls For the Sack Of EFCC Boss, Ibrahim Magu
U.S-based pastor and public affairs commentator, Reno Omokri has condemned the action by the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu of wearing a lapel for President Buhari’s re-election campaign.
Ibrahim Magu, while appearing on Channels TV on Tuesday, was seen putting on the lapel
According to the former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, this confirms that the suggestion made by a former Minister of Defence, Gen. T.Y Danjuma that the security agencies are not neutral is true.
Thereby, Omokri called for the immediate sack and replacement of Magu as that he can serve as a deterrent to other civil servants who might have such ‘similar streak.’
As confirmed by NIGERIA NEWS, Reno Omokri took to his personal Twitter page to write the following: “On March 24, 2018, Lt Gen TY Danjuma (Rtd.) said the security services ‘are not neutral’.
“The next day, the Buhari administration attacked him in a most disrespectful manner. But with Ibrahim Magu’s action of wearing President Buhari’s re-election lapel pin, hasn’t Danjuma been vindicated?
“Recently, the Buhari administration released a so-called ‘looters list’ exclusively containing names of prominent opposition members. Not one APC member was on that list despite glaring cases of corruption against them. Magu’s behaviour explains why no APC member made that list.
“I hereby call on President Buhari to restore faith in Nigeria’s civil service and its security and military forces by immediately replacing Ibrahim Magu as the acting Chairman of the EFCC and imposing punitive measures on him to deter other civil servants with a similar streak.”
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