It was drama galore on Friday afternoon at the residence of former Aviation Minister and spokesman of the Goodluck Jonathan campaign, Femi Fani-Kayode, in Abuja as operatives of the EFCC stormed his home in the city to officially invite him for questioning.
Fai-Kayode got the biggest amount from the over N2.5billion collected from the Central Bank of Nigeria and shared to those who worked for Jonathan’s failed re-election bid in the 2015 election.
Soon after the EFCC delivered a letter to his house, Fani-Kayode noticed that security men were still outside his house, he had thought they were there to arrest him and detain him over the weekend, not knowing that the mobile policemen were simply there to ensure that he doesn’t escape.
Some sources say Fani-Kayode panicked, went under his bed and gave instruction that if EFCC broke into the house they should be told that he has gone out, probably through the back door.
Funny enough, the security men never went close to his gate again.
They left after seeing that no one tried to leave.