EFCC Takes Over Property Of Akinwummi Ambode

JUST IN: EFCC Takes Over Property Of Akinwummi Ambode (VIDEO)

by Victor Ndubuisi

The economic-financial crime commission (EFCC) has taken over one of the property belonging to former lagos governor, Akinwummi Ambode in Victoria Island.

In a video shared on Lindaikeji’s Instagram page, the building was seen sealed off by the EFCC and the narrator explained that it was done two days ago.

According to the narrator, the action is a witch-hunt against the former governor of Lagos who was ‘disgraced’ out of office in 2019.

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Recall the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) arrested former Imo State governor Senator Rochas Okorocha on 13th April, 2021.

Mr Okorocha was arrested Tuesday evening at his Unity House private office in Abuja, sources familiar with the matter told Newsmen.

This is the second time he’s been arrested in less than two months. The first being February 21 for unsealing a hotel owned by his wife but which was shut by the Imo State Government.

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EFCC spokesperson Wilson Uwujaren confirmed to the online newspaper that the former governor was in the agency’s custody.

Okorocha was arrested after a five-hour standoff with EFCC operatives who trailed him to the location.


The paper’s sources said the ex-governor had refused to honour the agency’s invitation for questioning on multiple corruption allegations against him.

Okorocha’s spokesperson Sam Onwuemeodo could not be reached Tuesday evening for comments.

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Okorocha has been enmeshed in a political battle with his successor Hope Uzodimma who happens to be a member of the ex-governor’s political party, the All Progressives Congress.




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