Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, on Monday 24 October 2016 denied that the anti-graft agency was one-sided in its hyped fight against corruption.
Magu said during the National Open Government Partnership retreat in Kaduna”
“We don’t just arrest somebody who has no case to answer.
“I’m here today because this event hás to do with transparency and accountability in governance and you should know that anything that has to do with fighting corruption is an area of interest to me.
“It’s not true that we are selective in the fight against corruption. Whoever we arrested for corruption must be guilty of it.
“We are also making progress in this fight even though it’s not our fight alone, it’s a fight for all of us as people of this country.”