Fani Kayode caught spreading fake news again

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Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode had on Tuesday, accused the Economic and Financial Crimes Commissio , EFCC of surrounding the home of embattled Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen.

In a post on social media (Twitter), Fani Kayode alleged that the anti corruption agency was at the CJN’s house to arrest him.

Why have the EFCC surrounded the home of CJN Onnoghen and why are they seeking to arrest him? These people want Nigeria to burn! Buhari call off your dogs before it is too late! This is a democracy and not a gestapo state! In the name of God let this madness stop.

Reacting to the new, EFCC  released a statement to set the record straight. It noted that such reports were figment of the imagination of the stated clearly that the agency never went to Onnoghen house for arrest and neither was he invited.

#Alert The attention of the EFCC has been drawn to the falsehood being spreading on the social media that the EFCC has arrested the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, EFCC wrote.

This is a figment of the imagination of the purveyors of the fake news.

For the record, the EFCC never went to the house of the CJN for arrest neither was invitation extended to him.


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