👤 By Adenike Lucas, Editor DENISAURUS News
Released documents seen by DENISAURUS News has given credence to the report written by the Director General of State Security Service, SSS, Lawal Duara against Ibrahim Mustafa Magu.
The Senate had based its decision to reject Mr Magu’s nomination as substantive chair of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on the report it received from the DSS.
An online media, whose editor in chief has links with Mr Magu, did an hatchet job on the DSS report with the aim of gathering public sympathy for Mr Magu, but DENISAURUS News has provided a correct version of event.
Different media houses are reporting that Mr Magu was not rejected. The official spokesman for the Senate has refuted such report.
Senator Aliiyu Sabi Abdullahi (Niger state) said: “Different media platforms are reporting we did not reject EFCC Magu, Senate’s official position remains, he was rejected.”
NSA Chief Doctored DSS Report
Sources within the Office of the National Security Advicer, ONSA have revealed that it was the NSA chief, Mohammed Babagana Monguno (rtd) who doctored another report to favour Mr Magu, who is known to be his Godson.
The DSS falls under the Office of the National Security Advicer. For several months, this news site has reported the unholy deal struck by Mr Magu and Major-General Monguno (rtd).
DSS DG Report Finds Magu Guilty
Despite, the fact that the security outfit tasked with the responsibility of screening government officials, had found Mr Magu wanting, a leading member of the Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Professor Itse Sagay has defended Mr Magu, stating that “Magu’s appointment will be renewed whether he is confirmed or not.”
But, the DG of the secret police has said that the Borno-born Police officer must not be confirmed as he lives a double life.
The secret police boss paint Mr Magu as one who acts like a saint in one instance, but has acquaintances with a dent on their image. One of such is the arrested Air Commodore, a who is very close to Mr Magu.
A link to the two ws made when the Umar Mohammed (rtd), was arrested and detained by the DSS. Mr Mohammed was paid to furnish Mr Magu’s house.
The following receipts backs up the report by the DSS which accused Mr Magu of living in a 40million Naira rent of Rudulf House, paid for by the detained Air Commodore, Mr Mohammed (rtd), the owner of Africa Energy.
Mr Mohammed was then awarded the sum of 43 million naira by the FCDA on the approval of Mr Magu to furnish the house.