It was gathered that the President’s letter to that effect has been received by the Senate and may be read on the floor of the upper legislative chamber on Tuesday.
The federal lawmakers had in 2016 turned down the President’s request for the confirmation of Magu who is currently the acting chairman of the anti-corruption body.
They cited security report by the Department of Security Services (DSS) which the Senate claimed indicted Magu.
The decision by the Senate had been a subject of controversy as former Senate Leader, Ali Ndume, had insisted that Magu was not rejected by the lawmakers but his confirmation was only stepped down for further consultation with the Presidency.
The position was swiftly countered by Senate spokesman, Aliyu Abdullahi, who insisted that the acting EFCC boss had been rejected.
He insisted that the official position of the Senate remained that the lawmakers cannot confirm Magu because of security reports which showed that he was not fit to be EFCC Chairman.
In July 2016, the Senate received the letter from the Presidency for the confirmation of the appointment of Magu.
The letter also sought the confirmation of Ndasule Moses, Lawan Mamman, Galadanci Imam, and Adeleke Rafiu as members of the commission.
Consequently, the Upper House sent back the nomination letter to President Muhammadu Buhari on December 15, refusing to confirm Magu’s appointment.
Magu has been acting as the chairman of the anti-graft agency since November 2015, after President Buhari removed Ibrahim Lamorde.