Former presidential aide, Doyin Okupe said that officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), stormed his residence in Ilupeju, Lagos, on Saturday.
Okupe, who was spokesperson to former President Goodlluck Jonathan said the officials didn’t have a warrant, no letter or invitation – Asking him to follow them.
In some tweets on Saturday, the former spokesman said the officers finally agreed to leave on d promise that he will see them Monday.
Doyin, however revealed that his offence, according to the EFCC operatives is cyber crime.
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