Former Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has alleged that the suspended acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, sold recovered assets under his watch to his associates.
Fayose demanded that the sales of properties confiscated by the anti-graft agency under Magu be investigated.
In a statement on Friday released via his verified Twitter handle, the former governor said the ongoing probe of Magu, who is facing a presidential panel over alleged infractions, must also seek to uncover all acolytes of the embattled ex-EFCC chair.
“The probe must not be just to achieve the sole aim of removing Magu from office.“
Nigerians must know beneficiaries of the seized properties and how they were sold because most of these properties were bought by associates of Magu, including some so-called human rights lawyers.