Why operatives broke into BBNaija Dorathy’s house – EFCC
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has confirmed that its operatives broke into BBNaija ex-housemate, Dorathy Bachor’s residence.
Reacting to Bachor’s claims about the incident, EFCC in a statement on Monday said its operatives broke into the house because they refused to open the door.
The statement reads: “The Commission can confirm that operatives from the Lagos Command of the Commission, acting on verified intelligence, executed a Search Warrant at a block of flats located in the Lekki area of Lagos on Monday, August 23, 2021 during which nine internet fraud suspects were arrested.
”Ms. Bachor’s apartment happened to be one of the flats in the building. EFCC operatives had knocked on her entrance door, identified themselves as being from the Commission on a mission to execute a Search Warrant.
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“But they were refused entry, for several minutes by Bachor’s sister. The operatives were left with no choice than to force their way in, lest suspects escape or destroy vital evidence.
”It is important to state that law-abiding citizens have no reason to refuse the execution of a validly obtained Search Warrant. And, contrary to the information making the rounds in the social media, Ms. Bachor was not present during the operation and the anti- EFCC stories about her coming out half-naked among other fantastical details appear to have been invented to fit the pattern she and other internet-fueled stars so desperately want to push about the EFCC.
”It is important to reiterate that nine alleged internet fraud suspects were apprehended in the block of flats housing Ms. Bachor’s apartment.”
Dorathy has taken to her Instagram page to lament the sad incident and expressed frustration at how unsafe it is to be a Nigerian.
According to her, the EFCC operatives allegedly broke into her house, saying they were after a suspected internet fraudster.