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Magu: CSO asks Nigerians to Ignore Media War Against Justice Salami Panel

A coalition of the Civil Society Organization, Citizens Voice Against Corruption, CIVAC, recently, asked Nigerians to
ignore what it described as media war against the Justice Ayo Salami Panel.

It warned against any attempt to derail the process, adding that the integrity and incorruptible nature of Justice Salami has shown his true character as an anti corruption champion.

CIVAC further debunked alleged sitting allowances and emoluments accruable to the panelist, adding that it was fully in support of the process and would see to it that the probe gets to a logical conclusion.

The coalition said the selection of Justice Salami by President Muhammadu Buhari to head the panel investigating the allegations levelled on the suspended boss of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, had made the detractors scared.

CIVAC’s stand was contained
in statement jointly signed by Abdulrazaq Alkali of the Organization for Community Civic Engagement, OCCEN, and Princewill Okori of the Association for Public, Policy Analysis, APPA.

“We are calling on Nigerians to disregard the baseless allegations and campaign of calumny against Justice Salami and other panel members working hard to investigate these corrupt acts and abuse of office and ensure that the culprits are brought to justice. We also call on the authorities to ensure the security of Justice Salami and other panel members.

“If the defendant’s team are not pleased with the procedure or do not believe in the legality of the investigation panel they are free to seek redress in a court of justice. We will like to call on Justice Salami and his panel members to stay focused and not be distracted by the noise of those who are vehemently opposed to the anti corruption crusade.

“The recent move by the President Buhari administration to investigate corruption practices within its anti corruption agencies particularly the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has been seen as a welcome development among Nigerians”, the coalition said


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