Former governor of southeastern Nigeria’s Imo State and current senator Rochas Okorocha has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Buhari to mediate between me and the EFCC – Rochas Okorocha
Okorocha made the remarks after meeting Buhari at the presidential palace, saying he had made a request to the president for the commission to stop harassing him and seeking his anger over the N2.9 billion corruption case, which she almost always does it for him, he said.
The senator said he had asked President Buhari in his capacity as a law-abiding and law-abiding citizen to intervene in his case with the EFCC to comply with the court order.
“I have two court rulings, three separate rulings in different places that have prevented the EFCC from abusing and harassing me, but the EFCC has failed miserably, so I have to tell the president. “The EFCC should be complied with,” he said. He added: “She has stopped harassing me and everything that concerns me.”
Okorocha continued: “And I remind the President that (if not forgotten) at some point, the EFCC claimed to have recovered a total of 5.9 billion naira from my bank account, which the court found to be untrue. It is not, or should they be, selfish, cruel, or prejudiced against me.
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