JUST IN: Why We besiege Okorocha’s Residence–EFCC
Why We besiege Okorocha’s Residence–EFCC
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has defined why its brokers broke into Senator Rochas Okorocha’s Abuja residence on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, EFCC brokers reportedly invaded the house of the previous governor of Imo State.
The EFCC said in an announcement that it filed 17-count fees towards the senator on January 24, 2022, to elucidate the operation.
The fees contain the diversion of N2.9 billion in public funds and properties.
The matter was assigned to Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja, in accordance with the assertion.
All makes an attempt to arraign Okorocha had been unsuccessful, in accordance with the EFCC, as a result of he reportedly eluded the service processes.
The invasion of his residence was allegedly brought on by his alleged unwillingness to just accept the company’s invitation after leaping the executive bail beforehand granted to him.
According to the outlet, after adjourning the case on March twenty eighth, Justice Ekwo said that it will be “the last adjournment I shall allow in this matter.”
The Commission said that it had no alternative however to arrest and prosecute Okorocha.
Meanwhile, Senator Okorocha has raised an alert that the EFCC had raided his residence with out a warrant of arrest within the early hours of as we speak.
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