Nigerians believe corruption is not a crime – EFCC chairman Magu
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September 28, 2016

Nigerians believe corruption is not a crime – EFCC chairman Magu

Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu made the statement during a press conference on Tuesday September 26 2016.

His words:

“You can’t make everybody to key in because some people don’t believe corruption is wrong; you should not expect 100 percent acceptance but I’m sure a greater number of Nigerians are with us.

“The fact that I’m acting gives me more determination. You never know, when I’m there. I’ll crush it.

“That’s why sometimes I put EFCC on 24 hours basis so that we can do what we can within the available time. I think I have more determination to clear the ground as much as we can.

“The evil of corruption affects everybody so it is our duty to put our house in order. It is not only for us as we cannot claim monopoly of knowledge of fighting corruption; everybody is a stakeholder. If we work together, we are going to record tremendous success.

“When I’m wrong, tell me. It is easier for you to correct my wrong doings so I want to hear the wrongs so that we can correct them, there’s nothing like perfection.”

 

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