The controversy trailing the eligibility of Ibrahim Magu to remain as the acting chairman of the EFCC has continued to generate more reactions.
A legal practitioner, George Eke believes the judiciary has the final answer to the supremacy battle between the executive and the legislature.
George Eke made the statement during an interactive session with newsmen in Lagos.
The legal practitioner stressed the need for synergy between the executive and legislative arm of government.
Meanwhile, the presidency has reaffirmed that Magu would remain as the head of the anti-graft agency.
Acting president Yemi Osinbajo also described Magu as a nightmare for corrupt officials in Nigeria.