In a telephone chat with SIGNAL on Friday, spokesperson to the EFCC, Wilson Uwujaren denied Fani-Kayode had met any bail conditions.
A statement on Friday by Fani-Kayode’s special assistant on media, Jude Ndukwe, disclosed that the EFCC has moved Fani-Kayode, to Lagos for further investigation despite meeting his bail conditions.
Ndukwe said the anti-graft commission did not give any reason for moving Fani-Kayode who has been in their custody since Monday, May 9, 2016.
The Commission had on Friday, May 6, 2016 sent an official invitation letter to Fani-Kayode to explain his role in the presidential campaign funds of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) during the 2015 presidential elections.
According to Ndukwe, the EFCC were only trying to punish the former aviation Minister and keep him away from his family.
He said: “They just want to stress him, take him away from his family in order to break him.
“We do not know why he was moved, we just want to believe it is one of the antics of the EFCC to just harass him and keep him away from as many of his relatives and associates as possible.
“I don’t even think that there was any need for the transfer, if there was something they wanted to get regarding their investigation, they would have as well done in Abuja,” he said.