Federal high court judge Justice Sule Hassan says Femi Fani-Kayode detention and re-arrest by the EFCC were totally wrong because it flouted a court order.
Photos of the Kuje prison where popular Nigerian politician, Fani-Kayode was remanded has surfaced online.
The accused persons were charged with unlawful retention, unlawful use and unlawful payment of money to the tune of N4.9 billion.
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Governor Ayo Fayose has visited Femi Fani-Kayode who is being detained by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has placed a ban suspects and inmates from receiving visitors and making calls.
Of course, as a PDP chieftain in detention, Fani-Kayode and his fellow detainees also enjoyed the visit of the party’s leadership.
Last week, the deputy senate president Ike Ekweremadu visited the detainees at the facility of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
The source told NAIJ.com that the Bishop who was accompanied by the EFCC’s chairman Ibrahim Magu spoke in kind word to the trio.
Ike Ekweranmadu ya kai ziyara ofishin EFCC a ranar Alhamis 27 ga watan Oktoba.
Precious who was recently detained in Ado-Ekiti by operatives of the EFCC said her husband is ill and need constant check up
While we concede that indeed Fani-Kayode and Obanikoro shared jokes together on Monday, the incident in question happened last Saturday.
EFCC's spokesperson Wilson Uwujaren said there was no truth whatsoever in the report
It is not all sacrifices that the gods accept. There are some sacrifices that even oracles reject for fear of untamable repercussions.
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Femi Fani-Kayode's SA media Jude Ndukwe in this piece reacts to the re-arrest saying that he could be in grave danger.
Femi Fani-Kayode, who has been re-arrested by the EFCC on October 21, was deprived of his mobile phones at a Lagos court during the trial.
A former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has been re-arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on October 21.
FFK said the anti-corruption agency plan to detain him for as long as possible for politically-motivated charges which there is no truth in
Precious had told NAIJ.com the bank officials claimed to detain them on the orders of the EFCC over a “post no debit” placed on her account.
Outside of that she has a dollar account and a pounds sterling account with the same bank which were all opened on the same day in 2012.
He said that Precious was about to withdraw money from an account which had been flagged by the commission when the incident happened.