Trouble: Magu’s EFCC wrongly raids home of Appeal Court President, Bulkachuwa

By Charles Joseph

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has raided the Abuja residence of the President of the Appeal Court, Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa.

A source told our correspondent that the Ibrahim Magu led EFCC ransacked the house of the Judge on Friday following a tip off by a whistle blower.

The Whistle blower had told the commission that the Justice had stashed million of dollars in her house.

However upon raiding the residence, no such money was found and no evidence suggesting that she had such an amount in her resident were discovered.

According to our source, the EFCC upon realising that they had gaffed, tried to pacify Justice Bulkachuwa who was very angry over the harassment.

Our source further disclosed that the right now, the Presidency had waded into the matter and was trying to appease the justice not to go public with the wrong move of the commission.

In the recent past, Security operatives had raided houses of Justices, politicians and former public officials following tip off by whistle blowers.

This year alone, the EFCC has raided the homes of prominent Nigerians such as Former First Lady, Patience Jonathan, former GMD of the NNPC Andrew Yakubu and former NSA Sarki Mukhtar.

Unfortunately for the commission, the raid of the home of Justice Bulkachuwa is one raid gone wrong.


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