The House of Representatives Committee on Public Petition on Wednesday issued an arrest warrant against the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Ibrahim Magu, for refusing to appear before it on a petition by former first lady, Patience Jonathan.
The committee chaired by representative Nkem Abonta said Magu should be arrested and presented before the committee on November 7, after his failure to appear before the panel despite several invitations.
Meanwhilee, EFCC has re-arrested a permanent secretary in the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Clement Illoh Onubuogo, for alleged N10 billion Sure-p fraud.
The agency’s operatives picked him up at the premises of the Federal High Court in Lagos.
He was alleged to have shunned an invitation to clear the air over an alleged diversion of N606 million Sure-p fund under his watch.