The suspended Acting Chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu on Wednesday regained freedom after nine days in detention.
He was set free from custody in the Force Criminal Investigation Department on the orders of the Presidential Investigation Committee.
The embattled former anti-graft chairman had been facing a presidential probe panel on corruption allegations bordering:
Alleged discrepancies in the reconciliation records of the EFCC and the Federal Ministry of Finance on recovered funds.
Declaration of N539 billion as recovered funds, instead of N504 billion earlier claimed; *Insubordination to the Office of the AGF;
Alleged late action on the investigation of P&ID, leading to legal dispute;
Not respecting court order to unfreeze a N7 billion judgement in favour of a former executive director of a bank;
Not providing enough evidence for the extradition of Diezani Alison-Madueke; .
Alleged delay in acting on two vessels seized by the Navy;
Alleged favouring of some investigators called Magu Boys;
Reporting some judges to their presiding officers without deferring to the AGF; *Alleged sale of seized assets to cronies, associates and friends;
Alleged issuance of investigative activities to some media prejudicial to some cases.