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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

EFCC Explains Why They Are Holding Reuben Abati

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has given
reasons why it arrested the former presidential spokesperson, Reuben Abati on Monday...



In a Facebook post yesterday on the commission's official Facebook page, it noted that it invited Abati to its headquarters in Abuja to explain his role in an alleged mismanagement of the nation’s funds during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

The EFCC said Reuben Abati “honoured an invitation by the EFCC at the

agency’s headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria. He is presently telling operatives of the commission his role in the alleged mismanagement of the nation’s resources through his office. We shall keep you posted.


*I trust Reuben to do a long write up explaining all these when he is set free..A LONG writeup that will be read by all.
And by the way,he was not arrested,he went there by himself! *tongue click*


28 comments:

  1. They just want to rope all the people that served in the last administration into their one sided war against corruption
    Let Buhari and his EFCC dogs keep feeding y'all with lies.

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    1. Free ur mind, Chi. Don't keep it locked up in a dark cage. Let it grow!

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    2. When will they arrest goodluck Jonathan?

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    3. Anonymous 10:26
      You need to free your mind too. Until Buhari start investigating Ameachi and the co-corrupted leaders.

      This govt. Is a joke.

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  2. *tongueClick* at yourself...mtchewwww

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  3. Long write up?
    Who wan read am?
    Atleast we kno he wasn't arrested.dt wil do.

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  4. Hahahahahaha...
    This is laughable!...
    Even a dead man knows they invited him to caution him to shut up and stop writting articles about Vuharia and APC...

    Liars!...

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    1. I tell you! They just want to shut him up, let's see if he will comply

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  5. They must always have Excuse nau, mtcheww... one day the hunter will. become the hunted

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    1. The same way your mama was hunted down raped in her ass and killed? Bitchass cocksucker!!

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    2. Oh my God ! Why are u so bitter pls ur comment reck of bitterness buy 1000packets of sugar,10cartons of sweeteners,& 100 bottles of original honey biko av never seen dis type of bitterness b4 in my life.

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  6. Please give him access to pen and paper, this is the best time for him to write epistle for us to read.
    Waiting for his incarceration experience.. 😁😁😀😀

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  7. Went there, arrested all na the same. When EFCC invites you, na party them call you for.

    Why are they keeping him till day break if he was not arrested. Anyway shame on that malu

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  8. Their business....As usual, it will be a long boring talk and a cup of coffee while at it and dasall!

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  9. For close to two years now they have been interviewing everyone in the Jonathan administration in connection to #DasukiGate. Isn't that enough time to have come up with tangible evidence to put everyone especially Dasuki in jail?

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  10. Reuben Reuben!
    Hahahhahahahahahaha

    He will sure dissect those EFCC people.
    I'm pretty sure they will be on their best behaviour.
    Can't wait to read his experience when he gets out.

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  11. shame! shame!! shame!!! APC shame!!!!. You that want to silence opposition!!!. Were u silenced by the former regime? you who hate to be critized, but you brought down the former regime with your praprogander!!!!

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  12. Why can't I comment na? Even when I go anno

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  13. Can't wait for his long write up on his ordeal.

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  14. Which one is for him to come and explain his role in the mismanagement of funds in the past administration? And the explanation is taking ages? Enough of this cork and bull stories biko.

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  15. Eagerly waiting for the long essay that will come at the end of this. Abeg leave Abati my beau alone.

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  16. #ChroniclesofAbati Can't wait.

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  17. They want to intimidate him to stop talking,never! Reuben will talk!

    This govt doesn't want any form of opposition against it. Why? I knew they will come for him
    after his last article. Let's see how this unfolds.

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  18. Can't wait to read his chronicle, I trust Reuben to disjoint them with pen and paper when he's out!

    Krix via iPhone 6s Gold

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  19. We are waiting for the latest article on EFCC

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