Why I Did Not Honour EFCC’s Invitation – Umar Farouq

Sadiya Umar Farouq, a former minister of social development, disaster management, and humanitarian affairs, has written to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to express her regret for not showing up to the commission to respond to inquiries regarding the purported N37.1 billion in money laundering that occurred during her tenure.

The former minister wrote to the anti-graft agency, stating that she is not now in a position to come before the commission, according to commission spokesman Dele Oyewale, who spoke with Channels Television about this.

He continued by saying that she has been instructed by the EFCC to accept the invitation right away.

Halima Shehu, the National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA) suspended National Coordinator, has reported to the commission in the interim.

HowNG is aware that she is giving the agency’s interrogators the information they require.

She is not, however, being held at the commission. Until the investigation is over, she is required to report to the commission each day.

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