Magu alleged that looters were supporting separatist agitations in the country and funding the agitators in order to sabotage the country so that they could enjoy their ill-gotten wealth.
He urged Nigerians to collaborate with the EFCC to fight corruption in order for the country to have a better future.
He said: “I want to appeal to Nigerians to join the fight against corruption. It is our duty to fight corruption so that we will have a better tomorrow.
“Not all of us can arrest but we can join the whistle-blowers. Joining the whistle-blowers has two advantages: The fact that you have exposed crime and the fact that you will get a cut of any recovered amount. Let us join the whistle-blowers, let us expose all forms of corruption.
“We have to sustain the tempo so that the looters will not find a place to hide.”
Magu said Nigeria would be one of the best countries in the world if corruption is eradicated from the country.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com gathered that a mortgage firm has returned N500 million to the EFCC kept with it by a serving governor.
According to the report, the money is said to be part of the Paris Club refund kept with it by the governor.
Officials of the mortgage firm are said to have made a statement confirming that the governor owns the N500 million.
In the video below, the EFCC organised a march tagged ‘walk against corruption’ in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.