EFCC Releases Former Minister, Obanikoro

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has released a former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, The PUNCH reports.

A source said, “The EFCC just released Senator Obanikoro around 5pm. He is on his way home now.”

The PUNCH had reported exclusively that the former minister had met all his bail conditions on Thursday night and the commission was processing his release.

Obanikoro, who was arrested on October 17, was accused of receiving N4.7bn through the Office of the National Security Adviser in 2014.

He was said to have pocketed N785m while the balance was given to Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State and Senator Iyiola Omisore who was the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Osun State in 2014.

Obanikoro was said to have returned N100m and pledged to return N480m while his American and Nigerian passports were submitted to the EFCC.

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And this is call fight against kwuaraptian, lol

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This is what happens when people choose to act sensibly and morally..
Shame on Dasuki, Metuh, FFK, PEJ, e.t.c and all that embezzled our national destiny!

Up Baba

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@adamus what have u to say about these arrests without any convictions?
Buhari and his Cabals scamming and deceiving his zombie followers since 1960

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If to say na average yahoo boy that just cashed $1,000… Them for don tire him to a tree but for this big thief.. He is walking away like he won a noble price. Say no to any form of financial crime, infact all crimes.

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