Reuben abati
Barely 24 hours after it released former Minister of State for Defense, Musiliu Obanikoro, the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC has also released a former Spokesman to immediate past President, Reuben Abati.

The anti-graft agency had arrested the columnist few weeks ago  for alleged benefiting from funds misappropriated by the Office of the former National Security Adviser, ONSA.

Abati was accused of receiving N50m, an amount he claimed was disbursed to media practitioners  during the 2015 Presidential election.

EFCC had earlier granted Abati bail after asking him 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.


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