Nov 28, 2021

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Forgery Allegations: More Trouble for Fani-Kayode as EFCC Begins Fresh Investigation

  • The Economic and Financial Crime Commission to investigate new allegations against Femi Fani-Kayode
  • Fani-Kayode is accused of falsifying a hospital Documents to mislead the court handling money laundering allegations against him
  • The former aviation minister is already on trial on 17x N4.6 billion

Lagos – The former minister of aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, is being investigated because of a new development that is at Fake borders a federal court in Lagos.

The International Center for Investigative Reporting reports that the Lagos division of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is expecting Fani-Kayode on Wednesday , November 24.

Fani-Kayode, who recently participated in the ruling All Progressives Congr ess (APC) has defected, questions about po. answer possible forgery of hospital documents to mislead the court handling its money laundering case to stop the hearing Accused of the trend in Fani-Kayode’s letters being adjourned, Sahara reporters added.

Upon closer inspection, the EFCC found that all letters were allegedly from Kubwa General Hospital in Abuja. except for one.

Fani-Kayode has been suspected of using an ingenious method with medical staff to enable him to evade the process.

Court surcharges N 200,000 fine against former Minister Femi Fani-Kayode

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

When the case was called, Ms. Bili kisu Buhari announced the appearance for the prosecution.

The prosecutor informed the court that the prosecution had the court adjourned the case on July 15 to reschedule the defendants .

Fani-Kayode speaks about allegations that he is dating had come to APC for financial reasons

Meanwhile, Fani-Kayode reacted angrily to suggestions that he had come to the APC for financial reasons.

Speaking to a television station hours after his apostasy, the former minister said he was quite wealthy, contrary to what people think of him.

He also asked why such comments didn’t show up when other Peoples Democratic Party chiefs moved to APC.