It appears to be the leading anti-graft corporation in Nigeria. EFCC is reluctant to look into the Ganduje Gate.
The acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, Ibrahim Magu, refused to answer questions on Monday asking whether Kano's Gano governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, is investigating.
Magu had welcomed journalists to a press conference to celebrate his third year in office.
The incumbent EFCC manager had thrown back the successes of the Anti-Transplant Agency over the past three years, including many convictions and recoveries. Recoveries.
However, during the Q & A session, Magu was asked to confirm whether the EFCC was investigating Ganduje, who was allegedly arrested in front of the camera and collecting kickbacks from contractors.
He just said, "Next question, please."
The Kano State House of Assembly had opened an investigation, but was prevented by a court from going further.
The chairman of the Advisory Committee on Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), said the Kano Assembly had no authority to investigate the governor, adding that only an anti-graft agency such as the EFCC could do so ,