Earlier report as culled from the Nation newspaper suggested that former aviation minister and ex-President Goodluck Jonathan;s campaign media officer, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode allegedly went into hiding to evade arrest by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC. A claim which has been refuted by FFK. 

Fani-Kayode subsequently denied seeing any formal invitation from the antigraft agency. He boasted that he was not scared to face the EFCC to prove his innocence.

News Punch has now obtained a the copy of EFCC invitation extended to the former minister

The letter was dated today 6th May 2016 and it was signed by one Mr. Mohammed Umar Abba on behalf of the Acting Chairman, Mr. Ibrahim Magu. 

The letter of invitation was delivered to Fani-Kayode's Abuja home and he has responded promptly through his lawyers by assuring the EFCC that he would make himself available on Monday morning to assist in their investigations.

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