By Bishop Anthony Abiodun Mayungbo
Magu the EFCC head has just gladden our heart by informing us of the extradition of at least 18 high profile looters in Nigeria.
Speaking with journalists in Ilorin, capital of Kwara state, on Tuesday, Magu said the fight against corruption has just started.
He said the anti-graft agency will go after those who looted the country’s treasury.
He spoke 24 hours after President Muhammadu Buhari asked the United Kingdom to investigate “Nigerian fugitives” who “escaped to the UK” amid corruption allegations.
“The request of President Muhammadu Buhari in London for the extradition of alleged looters is just the beginning of the fight against corruption in Nigeria. We are going to extradite more Nigerians to come and face trial in Nigeria,” he said.
The EFCC boss said his non-confirmation as chairman of the anti-graft agency will not affect the fight against corruption.
He said he is not worried about his status, adding that God is responsible for his fate.
“I feel great. I am not worried. It is God that appoints and does otherwise. If God says you are holding a position, whether you are confirmed or unconfirmed when it is your time to leave you will leave. I believe very much in that,” he said.