Magu: Allow Senate to do its job – Afenifere

Following the rejection of the substantive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, by the Senate, after the State Security Service in the country came up with the report that Magu lacks integrity to lead the nation’s anti-corruption agency, the Pan Yoruba socio political group, Afenifere has said that the upper chamber should be allowed to perform its job

Speaking on behalf of the group, the Secretary General of Afenifere, Chief Sehinde Arogbofa said it showed that the Senate has done its homework to come out with such decision saying by reaffirming its earlier position that Magu lacks the integrity to lead EFCC, the decision of the Senate should be respected.

Arogbofa said “the senate is doing its job and the onus now rests with the Presidency to prove to the Senate beyond reasonable doubt that it has no skeleton in its cupboard by insisting on Magu as the Chairman of the anti-corruption agency.

However, speaking on the development, a renowned lawyer in the state, Barrister Fola Amure, described the Senate as corrupt urging the Presidency to resist the decision of the senate

Amure said “the Senate represent the tragedy of a nation and reputed as one of the most corrupt. Whatsoever emanates will continue to be emblematic of out tragic situation. Our own version of representative democracy negates the virtues of relative ideals.

“The presidency must now stand firmly to resist the evil intentions of the senate. A nation led by luciferian principles and minions of the darkness is doomed forever.”

Following the rejection of the substantive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, by the Senate, after the State Security Service in the country came up with the report that Magu lacks integrity to lead the nation’s anti-corruption agency, the Pan Yoruba socio political group, Afenifere has said that the upper chamber should be allowed to perform its job

Speaking on behalf of the group, the Secretary General of Afenifere, Chief Sehinde Arogbofa said it showed that the Senate has done its homework to come out with such decision saying by reaffirming its earlier position that Magu lacks the integrity to lead EFCC, the decision of the Senate should be respected.

Arogbofa said “the senate is doing its job and the onus now rests with the Presidency to prove to the Senate beyond reasonable doubt that it has no skeleton in its cupboard by insisting on Magu as the Chairman of the anti-corruption agency.

However, speaking on the development, a renowned lawyer in the state, Barrister Fola Amure, described the Senate as corrupt urging the Presidency to resist the decision of the senate

Amure said “the Senate represent the tragedy of a nation and reputed as one of the most corrupt. Whatsoever emanates will continue to be emblematic of out tragic situation. Our own version of representative democracy negates the virtues of relative ideals.

“The presidency must now stand firmly to resist the evil intentions of the senate. A nation led by luciferian principles and minions of the darkness is doomed forever.”

Following the rejection of the substantive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, by the Senate, after the State Security Service in the country came up with the report that Magu lacks integrity to lead the nation’s anti-corruption agency, the Pan Yoruba socio political group, Afenifere has said that the upper chamber should be allowed to perform its job

Speaking on behalf of the group, the Secretary General of Afenifere, Chief Sehinde Arogbofa said it showed that the Senate has done its homework to come out with such decision saying by reaffirming its earlier position that Magu lacks the integrity to lead EFCC, the decision of the Senate should be respected.

Arogbofa said “the senate is doing its job and the onus now rests with the Presidency to prove to the Senate beyond reasonable doubt that it has no skeleton in its cupboard by insisting on Magu as the Chairman of the anti-corruption agency.

However, speaking on the development, a renowned lawyer in the state, Barrister Fola Amure, described the Senate as corrupt urging the Presidency to resist the decision of the senate

Amure said “the Senate represent the tragedy of a nation and reputed as one of the most corrupt. Whatsoever emanates will continue to be emblematic of out tragic situation. Our own version of representative democracy negates the virtues of relative ideals.

“The presidency must now stand firmly to resist the evil intentions of the senate. A nation led by luciferian principles and minions of the darkness is doomed forever.”