The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has taken Dotun Okupe, a former aide to immediate past President Goodluck Jonathan into custody.
According to Okupe, the EFCC operatives arrived his residence in Lagos on Saturday, and asked him to follow them.
He disclosed the incident via a tweet that read: “EFCC just stormed my house in Ilupeju Lagos asking me to follow them. No letter. No letter of IV no warrant. Saturday!”
Efcc just stormed my house in Ilupeju Lagos asking me to follow them. No letter . No letter of IV no warrant.
He, however, tweeted after more than an hour that the EFCC operatives left his house after he promised to report to their office on Monday.
The tweet read: “The men from EFCC left my house finally, after I promised them that I will be in their office on Monday.”