The suspended acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, could be sued by the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) for failure to report such accounts on his Asset Declaration Form. The CCB requested the embattled Ibrahim Magu to be investigated for failure to report his properties properly.
Magu, however, declined to testify before the CCB, stating to the bureau that he was unable to obtain the requested documentation from his office.
He also wrote a letter to Justice Ayo Salami, the chairman of the deceased presidential commission, who had investigated him, telling him of his CCB investigation and his failure to access the papers.
He said, “There are some accounts which we discovered that Magu did not declare. In this age of BVN, there are things that you cannot hide. Also, the CCB has copies of his asset declaration forms which have been matched with the discovered accounts.
`“It is obvious that Magu did not declare them but rather than explain himself in person, he is making excuses. Magu will be arrested if he fails to show up and he will be charged. That is a done deal.”