Former presidential aide, Doyin Okupe, who was at the office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on invitation, as announced that ha has been granted bail.
Okupe, over the weekend had announced via Twitter on that operatives of the EFCC had stormed his Ilupeju home in Lagos – And left, on a promise that he would appear in their office on Monday.
Okupe, in his tweet on Wednesday revealed that he had been released on bail by the anti- graft agency – noting also, that he was treated with respect
The Efcc released me on bail tonite within 48hrs as stipulated by law.I was treated wt utmost courtesy. I feel proud & grateful.
— Doyin (@doyinokupe) December 12, 2018