Dec 9, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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BREAKING: EFCC Arrests Fani-Kayode over Alleged Forgery

  • Lagos State EFCC Command has reportedly arrested former Aviation Minister and APC chief Femi Fani-Kayode
  • Fani-Kayode has been arrested confirmed by Anti-Transplant Commission spokesman Wilson Uwujaren
  • The former minister is reportedly under investigation for alleged tampering and forgery of documents

Lagos, Nigeria – The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has reportedly arrested former Aviation Minister Femi Fani-Kayode.

Daily Trust reported that Anti-Transplant Agency spokesman Wilson Uwujaren confirmed the arrest of Fani-Kayode on Tuesday evening, November 23rd.

The newspaper stated that Fani-Kayode was caught and then v on documents was brought to the Lagos Zonal Office of the Anti-Transplant Agency.

The Punch also reported on the arrest of the ex-minister who deposed the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in September.

It added the EFCC spokesman also confirmed the arrest of Fani-Kayode by activists.

Fake allegations against Fani-Kayode: EFCC begins new investigation

The The International Center for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) had reported that the Lagos commando of EFCC Fani-Kayode was expecting on Wednesday November 24th.

He should have questions about a possible Forgery of hospital documents answer to deceive the court handling his money laundering case to stop the trial. The anti-transplant agency, after receiving the last letter from the defendant, observed a trend that the letters from Fani-Kayode were postponed.

Court imposes a fine of N200,000 on Fani-Kayode

Justice Daniel Osaigor issued the order on Wednesday, October 13th, saying that after reviewing the court records, he observed five different letters from the defendant requesting adjournment for the same medical reasons.

When the case was brought up, Ms. Bilikisu Buhari announced that the prosecutor would appear. The prosecutor informed the court that on July 15, the prosecution had the court adjourn the matter to re-indict the defendants.