OYOGist.com has learned that Deji Adeyanju, the human rights activist and an active critic of President Muhammad Buhari’s government has revealed that the people at the governmental level are already negotiating on how to help Ibrahim Magu, the embattled former acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Following the submission of the AGF Abubakar Malami’s memo to the presidency, where Magu was alleged of gross misconduct and diversion of recovered looted funds among other crimes, and in which the AGF prayed to President Buhari to remove Magu from his office and subsequently offered presidency a suitable replacement.
Magu was arrested on Monday, 6th of June, outside the gate of the commission and was taken to the Presidential Villa where he was queried over the allegations made against him. Since then, Magu has been in the detention of the police, after all his efforts to secure his own bail went unfruitful.
However, Deji Adeyanju has alleged through a Facebook post that negotiation has started to provide soft landing for Magu on his current predicaments.