EFCC chair Ibrahim Magu, revealed Metuh’s position that the war against corruption had just begun.
In their bid to recover the N400 million traced to a company in which Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) spokesman Olisa Metuh has a stake, he said to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) that he would rather go on hunger strike than to refund the money, which is believed to be part of the $2.1 billion arms cash allegedly diverted at the Office National Security Adviser (ONSA).
Yesterday during a meeting in Lagos, Magu vowed to bring corrupt elements to justice, explaining that the looting of the nation’s treasury “is mind boggling”.
He said former Military Administrator of Kaduna State Brig.-Gen.Jafaru Isa had refunded N100 million of the N160million he collected from the ONSA.
He also said, former President Goodluck Jonathan would not be invited over the $2.1billion arsm deals because memos and documents on the disbursement of...