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Fayose challenges EFCC to take him to court, fails to cooperate during interrogation



Former Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose, has challenged the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission (EFCC) to charge him to court for his alleged crimes, vowing to refuse to cooperate because the anti-graft agency has been compromised.
The governor gave himself up to the anti-graft agency on Tuesday, October 16, 2018, facing allegations of receiving N1.3 billion from the office of former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, in the run up to the Ekiti State governorship election in 2014.


The governor made a show of turning himself in on Tuesday as he wore a shirt with EFCC, I'm here inscribed on it, and also carrying two packed bags as he earlier said he was prepared to be detained.
In a leaked audio of the former governor's interrogation by EFCC operatives he said he'll no longer cooperate because the commission is partisan and is only interested in persecuting him.

He urged the EFCC to charge him to court because that's the only institution he trusts to give him fair hearing and vowed to never be intimidated by the commission.


He said, You're no court of law. You can't force me to say what I don't want to say. I've told you earlier and I'm saying it again; it's only in the law court that I can get justice.

Your commission has showed your hands as partisan, to prefer to bring me down at all cost and that will not get my cooperation.

I believe the court of the land is still credible enough give us fair hearing. I'm not going to write any other thing. This is the last time I want to talk about that.

Whether you bring me here again, I'm not going to do it. And I want to tell you the best thing is I'm ready to remain here as long as you want to keep me. I'll not be intimidated by this your incarceration. I'll never be intimidated."

Earlier on Wednesday, October 17, Fayose's media aide, Lere Olayinka, tweeting through Fayose's official Twitter account (@GovAyoFayose), alleged that the EFCC has claimed that former Minister of State for Defence, Musiliu Obanikoro, has agreed to act as witness in the allegations against the former governor.

He posted, @officialEFCC claims that @MObanikoro has agreed to act as a state witness in their allegation against @GovAyoFayose.

There's no need to waste time. Simply charge the man to court and stop hoping you can hound him into accepting what he knows nothing about #FayoseIsNotAfraid."


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