“EFCC I’m here”, Fayose wears a personalized shirt at the EFCC office
Former IMMEDIATE Governor of Ekiti State Ayodele Fayose reported Tuesday at the former headquarters of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC, Abuja wearing a shirt personalized with an “EFCC I’m Here!”
The former governor shared his own photo on Twitter arriving at the headquarters of the anti-corruption agency wearing a blue t-shirt and faze cap, supporting a shuttle bag and purse.
He also said he was not being held by the EFCC, noting that his media assistant, Lere Olayinka, would take care of his Twitter account during the time he was in the anti-transplant office.
âI am not in the care of the EFCC. While I’m here my media assistant, @OlayinkaLere, will be operating this Twitter account, âFayose wrote on Twitter.
After handing over state affairs to his department head on Sunday before Kayode Fayemi’s inauguration on Tuesday as the new governor of Ekiti state, Fayose was absent at the inauguration due to his appointment to the ‘EFCC.
Fayose said he would be in Abuja with his sheets and pillowcase.
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He had said he was traveling to Abuja to avoid any implication that he would flee the country by any available route whenever he left office as governor of Ekiti State.
Early in the day he wrote that in a few minutes he would be at the former EFCC office in Wuse 2, Abuja.
“In a few minutes, I will be at EFCC Old Office, Wuse 2, Abuja, âFayose wrote.
“I am a man who stands by his words and I hope that after today President Buhari’s men who have been accused of corruption will also have the audacity to submit to @officialEFCC.”
He is wanted by the EFCC to respond to allegations that he received around 1.3 billion naira from the Office of the National Security Advisor through the then Minister of State for Defense, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro.
Meanwhile, during his inauguration speech, Fayemi said the evidence showed the state has been plunged into debt of over 170 billion naira.
He described Fayose’s exit from the office as “the end of a mistake.”