Come To My Village And Interrogate Me – Yahaya Bello tells EFCC

Yahaya Bello,Ola Olukoyede

The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ola Olukoyede, has revealed how he put a phone call across to Yahaya Bello, former governor of Kogi, on the allegations of corruption against him.

Olukoyede, who spoke in Abuja on Tuesday during an interactive session with newsmen, said Bello wanted EFCC to come to his village to interrogate him.

“I called Yahaya Bello, as a serving governor, to come to my office to clear himself. I shouldn’t have done that,” he said.

“But he said because a certain senator has planted over 100 journalists in my office, he would not come.

“I told him that he would be allowed to use my private gate to give him a cover, but he said my men should come to his village to interrogate him.”

Olukoyede added that the EFCC did not violate any law while trying to arrest the former governor from his residence.

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