The suspended acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, has been interrogated again on Wednesday, for properties he allegedly acquired in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.
According to The Punch, this development was carried out by the presidential panel investigating corruption allegations against him.
The interrogation which occurred on Wednesday, has taken place for the third time, since the suspended EFCC boss, has been in the police custody since his arrest on Monday.
It was also revealed that, more allegations were brought to the fore against Magu as the panel continued its sitting, just as he was again detained after Wednesday’s interrogation.
Meanwhile, Magu who was apprehended by security agents in plain clothes in front of the old EFCC headquarters on Fomella Street, Wuse 2, Abuja, at noon on Monday, has been compelled to appear before the panel.