Senators have reportedly outlined three conditions for Ibrahim Magu to be confirmed as chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
A source told The Nation that the conditions include:
•a report from President Muhammadu Buhari containing a fact-sheet on how he arrived at his decision to re-present Magu;
•withdrawal of security reports on Magu, which were presented to the Senate about six weeks ago by the Department of State Services (DSS); and
•satisfactory performance by Magu before the Senate Committee on Anti-Corruption and Financial Crimes, which has been mandated to screen him. Magu must clear himself of all allegations before the committee.
It is understood that all the three conditions were agreed on by some Senators, at a meeting last night.