Femi Fani-Kayode’s spokesman, Jude Ndukwe, has revealed that an operative of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has threatened to killed his boss.
According to Naij, Ndukwe said, “The plan, according to our reliable sources, is for Fani-Kayode to be “punished” for his comments on national issues rather than for corruption as widely reported.
“Although the date for arraignment has been fixed for Tuesday, June 28, our investigations revealed that EFCC has no intention whatsoever to take the Ife-born chief to court, a situation that would force the court to adjourn for a long time. And with the three-month recess for judges around the corner, precisely starting on July 11, it is the plan of EFCC that Fani-Kayode would remain in custody till the judges resume sometime in October.”
Report had earlier surfaced that an EFCC operative identified as Kabiru Suleiman allegedly assaulted Fani-Kayode for praying while in custody of the agency.
“We will kill you and nothing would happen” he was said to have fumed without provocation,” the EFCC operative was quoted to have said.
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