EFCC declines request by Sadiya Umar-Farouq’s letter requesting for extension before honoring invitation 

EFCC rejects three weeks’ extension request by Sadiya Umar-Farouq, the Commission yesterday asked her to appear before its team within three days for interrogation or risk being declared wanted.

A source said: “In her letter, she asked the EFCC to give her three weeks to attend to her health before honouring the commission’s investigation. The letter was delivered by her counsel on Wednesday.

“But the EFCC said it cannot delay the investigation for three weeks. It has given the ex-minister three days to appear or risk being declared wanted.

“Olukoyede has put a new system in place such that you can appear before EFCC detectives and sleep in your home the same day. There is no need to panic at all.

“We are expecting her; our team is on standby. Even if she requires medical help, we will avail her of our first-class facility.”

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