Magu and the Ides of March
By Chris Gyang
Portends and omens are not my regular weaknesses. I am a strong believer in divine providence. But as a student of literature, I will always cherish Shakespeare, especially his play, Julius Caesar. Therefore, whenever I come across any circumstance that alludes to the characters, plot, theme(s), etc, of that play, it immediately attracts my attention.
So, I was amused when I read that Senator Shehu Sani mentioned the ‘Ides of March’ when he and his distinguished colleagues grilled Mr. Ibrahim Magu in his ill-fated struggle, backed by the Presidency, to be confirmed as substantive boss of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on March 15, 2017…
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