The school mates to former EFCC boss, Ibrahim Magu in Yerwa Practising Primary School, Maiduguri, have lauded President Muhammadu Buhari for setting up a committee to review the findings of Justice Salami-led panel on Magu.
Magu was suspended in July over alleged mismanagement of recovered assets, insurbordination and abuse of office.
The schoolmates who address a World Press Conference in Maiduguri on Friday under the auspices of Yerwa Primary School (YPPS) Alumni Associations said the step taken by Mr President was in the right direction.
“We are happy that the president has taken good step by setting up a committee to review the findings of the Salami-led panel.
“We urge President Buhari to take an informed decision over the matter.”
The alumni statement read by its spokesman, Alhaji Alhassan Sultan urged for fairness to Magu who they described as good ambassador of the school whose motor is “Honesty is the best policy”.
“We urged Mr President to look at this case through the glasses of eqity so as to protect vital government institutions fighting corruption from being whittled down and destroyed,” they pleaded.