I Strongly Believe That Corruption Is The Cause Of Coronavirus — Acting EFCC Chairman‬, Magu

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Ibrahim Magu, acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has noted that he is strongly convinced that corruption is the cause of coronavirus, The Cable reports.

Magu was reported to have said this at the passing out parade of 281 cadets of the EFCC Detective Inspector Course-5, at the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna, on Tuesday.

Magu who was commenting on the side effects of corruption, said the social vice is worse than any known disease, and is the cause of coronavirus. However, since the news broke, EFCC’s official Twitter has denied that the Chairman said that, claiming that the “information is false and misleading.”

Remember that Coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, broke out in Wuhan in Hubei province of China in December and has spread over 25 countries, with over 73,000 infected persons and not less than 1,875 deaths.

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OB News: ‬Acting #EFCC Chairman‬, #IbrahimMagu Strongly Believes That Corruption Caused Coronavirus (Swipe) . . Ibrahim Magu, acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has noted that he is strongly convinced that corruption is the cause of coronavirus, The Cable reports. . . Magu was reported to have said this at the passing out parade of 281 cadets of the EFCC Detective Inspector Course-5, at the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna, on Tuesday. . . Magu who was commenting on the side effects of corruption, said the social vice is worse than any known disease, and is the cause of coronavirus. However, since the news broke, EFCC’s official Twitter has responded in a tweet, stating that the “information is false and misleading.” . . Remember that Coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, broke out in Wuhan in Hubei province of China in December and has spread over 25 countries, with over 73,000 infected persons and not less than 1,875 deaths.— read more on the website. . . #OnoBello #OBNews #News #IbrahimMagu

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