One Week After, Reuben Abati Granted Bail By EFCC

After being detained for about a week, the yesterday, Thursday, granted bail to former Presidential Spokesman, .


But Abati would have 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 from the anti-graft agency’s custody.

While Abati was preparing to go home, the EFCC got a warrant to further detain former FCT Minister, Bala Mohammed.


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