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12 EFCC Officers Suspended Indefinitely

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Twelve officers of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) officers have been suspended indefinitely after being quizzed by the Presidential Investigation Committee, headed by Justice Isa Ayo Salami (crimson).

The brand new growth comes days after 12 administrators of the company had been suspended by the Presidency in relation to the continued probe of suspended Appearing Chairman of the fee, Ibrahim Magu.

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In keeping with experiences, a few of the administrators affected by the suspension had been part of the staff investigating Lawyer-Basic of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN).

The company’s Secretary, Olanipekun Olukoyede was suspended whereas others affected by the suspension embrace Kabir Latona, Muhammed Abba, Ibrahim Buhari, Rotimi Oyedepo.

Earlier than their suspension, a few of the officers had been dealing with delicate investigations earlier than they acquired letters notifying them of their suspension from the anti-graft company on Monday.

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A supply chatting with TheNation stated: “After being in limbo for one week, we bought our suspension letters on Monday.

“We had been knowledgeable that the suspension is indefinite. We now have taken it in good religion. However most of us haven’t acquired queries in our profession.

“We now have not even appeared earlier than any disciplinary committee. We attraction to President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene by reversing the suspension.”

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“It wasn’t a pleasant session however we had been in a position to make some clarifications on our efficiency in workplace.

“A Coordinator informed the committee that service and loyalty to Nigeria guided their conduct in workplace fairly than sentiments.”


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