ABUJA, (CAJ News) – THE Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said there was “nothing personal” in the crusade by the agency against such crimes in the country.
He dismissed the alleged selective application of the law in Abuja on Tuesday during a workshop organized by the Nigeria Bar Association in collaboration with the Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption.
The event was held under the theme, “Anti-Corruption, Ethics of The Legal Profession and Justice Sector.”
Magu pledged there was nothing personal in the fight against graft as everything he did was “guided by the fear of God and for the interest of the future of the unborn generation.”
He thus called on lawyers to guide and check his activities and call him to order when necessary.
Magu meanwhile reiterated there was no hiding place for money launderers in the country.
“The law will surely catch up with them,” warned Magu.
– CAJ News