Despite having quizzed some of key officials of Ogun, Imo and Zamfara states over financial matters running into billions of naira, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, said, yesterday, it had not raised any team to probe outgoing governors of the states over alleged graft.
Media reports, yesterday, claimed that Ibikunle Amosun, Rochas Okorocha and Abdullaziz Yari, who are ending their second term in office in May this year, would be probed by EFCC agents over alleged financial impropriety.
However, the commission in a statement by its acting spokesman, Tony Orilade, said: “It is instructive to note that the report did not give the composition and terms of reference of the purported teams set up by the EFCC.
“The report is a figment of the imagination of the reporter as everything about the setting of the teams ended with the first paragraph without details of such teams being set up. Again, the story is not true, as the EFCC does not go after anybody, including ex-governors on speculative grounds. Read more