The spokesman of former president Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati, is still in custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) because he is unable to satisfy his bail conditions, Premium Times reports.
Abati, was arrested on Monday, October 24, by operatives of the EFCC on allegations of financial impropriety to the tune of N50 million.
But he said he did not keep records of the disbursement when queried for evidence.
Abati was subsequently granted an administrative bail that requires presenting a senior federal civil servant —preferably a director with landed properties in Abuja.
A source within the EFCC informed on Friday, October 28 said: “He will be released when he meets his bail conditions.”
When he was questioned about how he spent the funds, Abati said he disbursed it to media practitioners in his capacity as the spokesman for the Goodluck Jonathan administration.
*WOW....So since he disbursed it to Media practitioners,let him mention them so that they can all return the monies.
They should release him unconditionally.