The Operatives of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has continued to keep silent 24 hours after the raid at the Abuja residence of former lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani.
The Commission on Wednesday 8th January, 2020 stormed the former lawmaker’s apartment located in Wuse II, Abuja, around 3:30pm, ransacking the entire place before leaving. After 24 hours of the invasion, the agency is yet to make any official statement on the reason behind the action.
Also, the commission has refused to react to all inquiries seeking to know why Sani’s apartment was raid, when a call was placed across the spokesman of the agency’s phone, the calls were not attended to.
Sani, was arrested for allegedly extorting $20,000 from Dauda, the owner of ASD Motors, the operatives of EFCC arrested the former senator before seeking out his accuser to prove his innocence.
While Shehu is still in detention, in detention, the commission had searched his mobile phone, raid his apartment and still refused him bail, orders to detain him for 14 days.