A top diplomatic source said some of these nations are taking their time to monitor what is going on which is why they have not issued a joint statement on the development in EFCC. The source said: \u201cDespite the fact that we have our individual intelligence on the development in your country, we are sitting and watching what is going on at the investigative committee. \u201cWe want to know if the allegations against Magu are true; if the process of investigation is in conformity with international best practices; whether there is fair hearing and the implications of the challenge at hand for the anti-corruption campaign in your country. \u201cWe are as curious as every Nigerian in knowing the truth about all these allegations. Ultimately, we desire strict commitment to the Rule of Law, social Justice, upholding the fundamentals of democracy and human rights, fairness and equity to all and a corruption-free Nigeria.\u201d Another senior diplomat, who has deep knowledge of Nigerian politics, said: \u201cMy country knows a lot about power play in Nigeria ( even as it may apply to this case) but we are careful in dabbling in the affairs of your country. \u201cWe are being meticulous in monitoring the fact-finding committee because its findings and recommendations might determine your commitment to the anti-graft activities.\u201d An expert in one of the international agencies said: \u201cAll members of the Diplomatic Corps, global financial institutions and donor agencies are interested in the ongoing investigation of EFCC\u2019s activities under Magu. \u201cWe have been comparing notes at the diplomatic level, especially by countries like the UK, the U.S., France, Switzerland, Italy, UAE and others. We are giving all the parties the benefit of the doubt, even though the activities of some political office holders are predictable in this circumstance, \u201cWhatever is the outcome, it will assist in reaching conclusions on where Nigeria is headed in fighting corruption and ensuring justice.\u201d Also at the weekend, a global coalition against corruption wrote to President Muhammadu Buhari over Magu\u2019s travails.