Photos: FFK,Fani Kayode Returns To EFCC Custody In Ikoyi Lagos Over Judge’ Absence In Court Today

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June 21, 2016 – Fani Kayode & 3 Others Return To EFCC Custody In Ikoyi Lagos Over Justice Sule Hassan’s Absence In Court Today

Former aviation Minister Chief Femi Fani Kayode and 3 others facing money laundering charges have been sent back to EFCC custody over the absence of Justice Sule Hassan of the Federal High Court in Lagos today.

The judge was said to be at an official assignment. FFK is currently at the EFCC office in Ikoyi.

According to EFCC, Fani-Kayode directly used N170million, among other sums, which he reasonably ought to have known was proceeds of corruption and stealing.

He was also accused of doing cash transaction of N24million with Olubode Oke, said to still be at large, without going through a financial institution.

See more photos of FFK in court today

7 thoughts on “Photos: FFK,Fani Kayode Returns To EFCC Custody In Ikoyi Lagos Over Judge’ Absence In Court Today

  1. Wicked criminals jail them they must not enjoy the remaining money force them to vomit everything and then set them free

  2. Kingsley na ur **** money them chop or them don come steal ur papa money?stop calling ffk criminal.

  3. I want to believe that the EFCC prisons across the nation are far better than majority of our homes as ordinary Nigerian citizens. Why? These crooks and looters looked like they were kept in a very comfortable place with AC and constant power supply. They should have all been kept in Kirikiri prison in Ikoyi so that they can feel the pains that Nigerians are enjoying on a daily basis because of their corrupttion, looting, embezzlement, mismanagement, misappropriation,and bad governance. My people, we will not see any meaningful progress, economic growth and development, good governance, and accountability that will benefit all Nigerian people if the demon of corruption are not dealt with and defeated in our system of government.If the corruption thread continues, millions of unborn Nigerians will not enjoy good things of life, and they will definitely witness greater hardship and poverty than the present generation. Poverty created by our wicked politicians and military dictators over 40 years knows no boundary, tribe, ethnicity, religion background, faith, and language. We must fight it together.

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