A former Assistant Director with the Department of State Services, Dennis Amachree has said that he would have resigned if he were facing corruption allegations like the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu.

The Department of State Service invited Magu for questioning at the presidential villa on Monday over various allegations of corruption.

Speaking on a national television this morning, Amachree said that with the number of allegations against Magu, it would be difficult for the EFCC boss to go scot-free.

‘Even if Magu is found to be clean after the investigation, it would be best for him to still resign, “he said.