EFCC takes over Fani-Kayode’s house over N2.5m fraud
Officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have reportedly take over the house of former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode.
This development is coming few hours after the commission extended a letter of invitation to him over the sum of N2.5 billion allegedly withdrawn illegally from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and paid into accounts of six chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Goodluck Support Group (GSG).
The outspoken PDP chieftain who confirmed receipt of the letter on Friday on this Facebook page claimed that men of the anti-graft agency had taken over his house.
He said there were plans to arrest and detain him.
He said, “Today the EFCC invited me to come to their office on monday. I have their letter. I agreed to be there. Now, they have surrounded my house.
“The letter of invitation was served this morning and it was dated 6th May. They said I should report on the 9th.
“Can someone please tell me why they are at my gate? They can’t even wait because they want to detain me so badly and keep me away for the weekend.
I never refused their invitation. Why all this? I leave them to God.”