According to the report, Shema was whisked away on his way out of court premises yesterday, February 7.
Operatives of the EFCC were said to have barricaded the main exit of the court and asked Shema to come down from his car and join them in their vehicle.
It reportedly took over an hour during the standoff before some of their men (EFCC) entered his car and move along with them in their convoy.
During the last court sitting on Shema’s case, the EFCC had complained to the court that the former governor was not fulfilling one of his bail condition by making himself available when summoned.
They had asked the court for him to be remanded so that they can easily reach him whenever they want,
Unlike the last sitting, Shema drove separately amidst jubilation of party supporters and members but today EFCC operatives inter-switched his vehicle in their convoy and drove off.
However, Shema's spokeman Olawale Jumoke refuted the report by simply saying: ''Shema was not arrested.''
Police also used tear gas to disperse hundreds of supporters of the former governor who thronged the main road.