”We will not be deterred”, EFCC responds to attack on Magu’s house

Chidi Samuel || The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday confirmed the attack on the farmhouse of Ibrahim Magu, acting chairman of the anti graft agency that lead to the death of one of the police officers on duty.

The commission in a statement by, Wilson Uwujaren, its spokesman, said the attack would not make it lose focus in the fight against corruption.

Uwujaren’s statement read, “The property, a farmhouse located in Karshi, a suburb of Abuja was attacked by unknown gunmen at about 10pm on December 12, 2017.”
“The unidentified men murdered a police sergeant on duty. The incident was the second such attack on the same farmhouse.

“While the commission will not speculate on the motives for the attack or the sponsors, it wishes to state that the EFCC under the leadership of Ibrahim Magu will not be deterred in its mission of ridding Nigeria of corruption.”

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