EFCC Invites Fayose To Abuja For Questioning As Tenure Ends, Governor Honours Invitation

efcc invites fayose abuja office questioning

Now that his immunity is over, the outgoing governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose has received an invitation letter from the EFCC to make himself available for questioning.

This was disclosed in an acknowledgement letter the controversial governor sent to the agency on Monday.

He is to appear at the Abuja office of the The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on the 16th of October 2018 to answer queries surrounding misappropriation of fund during his tenure as Governor.

See a copy of the letter below.

fayose efcc letter

Fayose is the only Governor in Nigeria who refused to pay workers salaries even after collecting billions of Naira in relief fund from the Federal Government.

His tenure will end on the 15th of October 2018.

5 thoughts on “EFCC Invites Fayose To Abuja For Questioning As Tenure Ends, Governor Honours Invitation

  1. Govt of witch hunt.HARRASSING him before the end of his tenure and he already accept to visit a day after leaving office..And sacred crooks who crossed to apc like orji kalu,akpABIO ,uduaghan and amechi will never appear before the commission to give account as ex governor of their various states.keep up with the deceit

  2. When Fayose does this, it means he has perfected his rehersal for his upcoming drama. Just sit tight and grab your popcorn, tape rolling…….

  3. Politics apart, why will a governor refuse to pay workers salaries even after collecting fund’s from FG. This is wickedness, causing untold hardships to many families. Ekiti indigines are mostly civil servants and you wanted them to vote you in again, you must be a joker.

    • Thanks for your comments. I don’t just understand why some people will term this as witch-hunt. Fayose himself has voluntarily agreed that he will honor EFCC invitation. Let’s hear from him why he refused to pay workers salary OR what he did with it. This is accountability in any democracy.

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