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Magu: Alleged cover-up in EFCC as unknown males assault NFIU place of job, damage computer systems

There may be an alleged plot to frustrate the probe of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) and the continuing investigation of its suspended chairman, Ibrahim Magu, after some unknown other folks broke into the place of job of the Nigerian Monetary Intelligence Unit (NFIU) and destroyed computer systems, This Day studies.

The NFIU place of job which is within the Aso Rock Presidential Villa was once burgled and a minimum of seven computer systems containing delicate monetary data have been taken away and others badly broken.

The assault is assumed to have came about in a single day and was once came upon Friday morning.

Some NFIU officers on Thursday gave the impression prior to the Justice Ayo Salami’s panel, which is investigating allegations in opposition to Magu.

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It’s understood they instructed the panel that by means of operational protocols, they don’t move about with delicate paperwork. The officers then suggested participants of the panel to discuss with their place of job Friday morning, to sight the paperwork asked for.

Then again, prior to the panel participants were given to NFIU place of job within the morning, the room the place the paperwork have been saved in computer systems was once damaged into.

NFIU was once simplest not too long ago severed and is the company that investigated the entire allegations of economic malfeasance in opposition to Magu.

Following the incident, the Director-Basic of NFIU, Mr. Modibbo Hamman-Tukur, met with President Muhammadu Buhari to file the incident, a scenario resources mentioned, resulted within the president’s resolution to approve Magu’s suspension.

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