Senator Anyim Pius Anyim speaks on his Visit to the EFCC

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Former Senate President and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Anyim Pius Anyim has reacted on his visit to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.



He noted that contrary to speculations that he was the one who voluntarily went to the commission to clarify his role in a petition, being investigated.

Sam Nwaobasi, Media Adviser to Senator Anyim made this clarification in a statement made available to BarristerNG on Wednesday.

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The statement titled Senator Anyim Pius Anyim’s Visit To The EFCC reads “We have been inundated with inquiries from friends, associates, PDP faithfuls and the general public with regard to media reports since Sunday the 24th of October 2021 on Senator Anyim’s detention by the, Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC, which according to the reports was “as part of an investigation in a case of alleged corruption and diversion of public funds.” It has therefore become necessary to put the record straight on what went on between Sunday the 24th to Tuesday the 26th of October as follows:


  1. Senator Anyim got information that some person invited by the EFCC in connection with some matter it was investigating mentioned his name in the statement made to the EFCC. Determined, as always, to ensure that the truth prevails, Senator Anyim reached out to the officer handling the matter and offered, on his own volition, to come over to the EFCC to clarify any issues around which his name was mentioned. The officer was delighted and they agreed to meet in his office at the EFCC by 3PM on Sunday the 24th of October, 2021.


  1. At the agreed time Senator Anyim arrived at the EFCC office. He was never invited by the EFCC. After his engagement, during which Senator Anyim was as candid as could be, to his utter surprise he was told he would not be going home that day. By the next day the EFCC gave the conditions for his release which were met promptly. It took up to Tuesday the 26th for EFCC to complete their processes after which he was allowed to go home. Senator Anyim, as a law-abiding citizen, will always submit himself to any process required by any agency of the government in the discharge of its duties. Senator Anyim, though not disturbed or worried by his encounter with the EFCC, after all he went to their office by himself, has however noted some reports in some social media platforms that deliberately distorted the facts just to call his integrity to question.


  1. Senator Anyim remains steadfast in his commitment to join hands with men and women of goodwill to unite, heal and advance the cause of our dear country Nigeria and will continue to offer himself and services to the pursuit of same, notwithstanding the blackmail, falsehood, misinformation and misrepresentation that some opportunists will seek to make out of such episodes like his recent encounter with the EFCC.


“Senator Anyim is very humbled and touched by the spontaneous responses and concern shown by his numerous friends, associates, supporters, especially PDP faithfuls and the general public. He believes that together we shall all build a better Nigeria.”


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