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Friday, October 28, 2016

EFCC Grants Reuben Abati Bail

After being detained for about a week, the EFCC yesterday, Thursday, granted bail to former Presidential Spokesman, Dr. Reuben Abati.

But Abati would have to drop his International Passport and produce a surety of not below Level 16 in the Civil Service as part of the conditions for his release from the anti-graft agency’s custody.
While Abati was preparing to go home, the EFCC got a warrant to further detain former FCT Minister, Bala Mohammed.


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38 comments:

  1. Boda abati said he only got 50m from the arms deal as a gift from Dasuki.

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  2. Am waiting for the epistle he will write. I wont even bother to read

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  3. Awwwwwwwwww Our Bv
    Mr Reuben Abati is around
    Oyah come n take a hug
    And give us your epistle of your experience with EFCC

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  4. I await his article. Good morning fam.

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  5. Was it up to a week he was arrested? Wao didn't know this. Anyway let me rant small.

    Ehn I know I rejoiced when we discovered that we can now load more comments once it hits 200. But somehow, I find it stressful and I've gone back to the old ways of reading more comments. Reason being that once I press on load more, it brings the comments in bits and takes reading back several batches, hence I have to keep scrolling down to catch up. I beg the thing just tire me. End of rants.

    OK bye

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    1. Hahahhahahahaha
      This your "okbye" cracks me up all the time.

      Yea,same here. I went back to the old ways too. The other was just tiring for me.

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    2. Well, even though it can be tiring, it's better as you get to read the replies and not have disjointed replies appear.
      Once a page is over 200, say 400, I click on the 'load more' button and once it has loaded, go down and repeat, till all has loaded, then I proceed to read comments, although I do wish the comments all load at once.
      I didn't know I had your 'ok bye' subconsciously ingrained till I nearly typed it at the end of a piece on NL. I stopped myself just in time,

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    3. Lol. @Pure Nigerian I make the same mistake sometimes in serious reports o. My "bad" habit. Lol

      @GW, sweetie I just tire lol. How u though? Yea I'm back to the old school too. Eheh

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  6. Dem no get anything on this one. Hehehehe

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    1. Shebi you dey work with effc now ? Keep quiet there !

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    2. Ode, it's efcc not effc. Oponu ayerada

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    3. And yet Ikorodu people entrust their kids in your care with this kind of mentality. I'm sure you teach them that stealing is good. Parents get to know your children's teachers.

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  7. My days in custody, What I ate and How I survived by Reuben Abati....

    What out for that space.

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  8. EFCC is now police station?
    They arrest. Detain, uphold et al.
    That nation where theif they catch thief. And thief they judge thief.
    Like I always argue that we have no law let alone her supremacy coming to bear. To me EFCC is just a puppet pulled and played to the tune of any political . If the administrator. If the judiciary is compromised, what can the few innocent Nigerians do?
    I really wish professor Jega is still the INEC chairman. This thing that the INEC is doing by declaring Jimoh Ibrahim as the PDP candidate for Ondo state is bullshit. Which court rules over that? Is it the same judiciary that 70% past and present have been compromised? The judge that ruled that Jimoh Ibrahim should be the PDP candidate is a good victim for EFCC to go after. I can bet it, he has been paid.

    If Ondo state people should vote for Jimoh that means they are not the state of learned minds as widely acclaimed. This is a man who has fleets of companies that did not only come crashing but owes most of his staff who were laid off(this happens before recession time oo) . This is a man with liquidated debts in banks. A man who can not lead and sustain his company is no candidate for governorship.

    U cannot rule companies and sustain it? How will you now rule a state?

    We need leaders with good background. Not "already made failures" if they will not allow youths to rule, then youths should decide not to allow failures who are not even quarter intelligent than you rule over you.
    It is a disaster when a dumb mind rule over a state of intelligent minds.

    I wish there's an agency that does background check up on aspiring leaders and publish it out for the world. I wish there's a news dailies that complies the past activities of leaders and make it known to the world. And allow people to decide if they are fit for a post or not.


    May God help this nation
    God bless Nigeria

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    1. Reuben Abati, is this you?

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    2. Uncle Reuben
      Welcome o o
      Now now u don dey post

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    3. Reuben Abati's pen @ work. Welcome back sir.

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  9. Welcome back sir, but please no epistle this time around!


    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  10. It seems Buhari wants to criticism

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  11. It seems Buhari wants no criticism

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  12. EFCC at work, detaining and releasing.

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  13. Thank God for him...waiting patiently for dat write up from him abt his experience there...

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  14. Welcome back amongst us sir.
    Looking forward to reading Ur experience.
    But rest first. Nno!

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  15. Baba we are awaiting ur robust reply. This time around the articles will come like seasonal movies.

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  16. Let the TRUTH prevail and let JUSTICE be served.

    Witch haunt oo, wizard haunt oo, onesided oo, every sided oo, let's not sacrifice truth and justice on the alter of sentimentality. Every one should have their day, today or in the next administration. Crime has no time bar

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    1. What hv u achieved personally from all the served justice?

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    2. You can say that again dear!

      Truth and Justice!

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    3. @obi's jewel. It shouldnt be a personal achievement. Youngman has spoken well. Justice must be served. Even if its one sided, as long as these people are guilty they must face d music. Buh if they are innocent, then d truth will come out.

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  17. Ha!his back for long epistle..lolz..missylynn

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  18. Oga welcome. Hope yiu have agreed with them on how you going to remit your own share of the loot.
    Waiting for your experience in full details.. Lol

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  19. Oga welcome o. Oya write the epistle of ur stay there for us. I want to read.

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  20. Welcome back, I am waiting for your epistle please don't make it too long sir.

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