EFCC secures permission to detain Fayose for 2 weeks from Federal Capital Territory High court


New development from the Fayose vs EFCC 1.3 billion case is getting more interesting, EFCC was able to convince the court that they need more time to question Fayose.


They may have been able to prove to the court that Fayose may not return on time for questioning for the court to grant them permission to detain him for 2 weeks.


It was gathered that EFCC also has the right to extend the length of detention if they feel that they need more than 2 weeks with Fayose.


“We have obtained a court order to hold Fayose for at least two weeks pending investigation. He could be released earlier or later than two weeks depending on the outcome of investigation.”  – Source close to the case


Cases against Fayose


1 .   He was accused of collecting N 1.3 Billion from the National security office under the direction of Senator Musiliu Obanikoro


  1. He was also accused of collecting kickback money from government contractors through his aide Abiodun Agbele.