A former minister of education and a strong proponent of the #BringBackOurGirls initiative, Obiageli Ezekwesili, has added her voice to the ongoing debate over the rejection of Ibrahim Magu as Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission by the Senate.

Yesterday, Magu was for the second time rejected by the senate following a damming report by the Department of State Services.
Reacting to the development in series of tweets, Ezekwesili said the Federal Government led by Muhammadu Buhari was making a mockery of the anti-corruption war, which was the anchor point of its campaign before the 2015 general elections.

Her tweets reads: “Between Presidency of @MBuhari & the@NGRSenate of @bukolasarakiwhatever game is being played with @officialEFCC is a NATIONAL DISGRACE.

“A Govt that campaigned on Anti-Corruption is making a MOCKERY of its war. PITIFUL.@MBuhari @NGRSenate@bukolasaraki @officialEFCC.”

“Presidency should explain to Citizens why Prez@MBuhari who is privy to DSS report on Magu of @officialEFCCrenominated him to@NGRSenate.”

“For Presidency of@MBuhari you have dug the anti-corruption war into a Credibility Deficit HOLE. Will you DIG OUT?@NGRSenate @bukolasaraki.

“Citizens, WE ignore necessity for an EFFECTIVE anti-corruption war at OUR peril. Corruption KILLS.@MBuhari @NGRSenate@bukolasaraki, she added.‎”