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FLASHBACK: The EFCC's Arrest of 40 Guest in Enugu Could Be Linked to Terrorism As Claimed by Adesina

Terrorists easily have their way and get what they want each time they attack innocent Nigerians or the Nigerian army. It is becoming unbearable to relive the same experience over and over again, and that is why Nigerians have pleaded with the Buhari administration to find and expose terrorist sponsors in the country. There is no way these terrorists are funding themselves.

Some days back (FLASHBACK), the Economics and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) invaded a hotel in Enugu called the Castle Majestic and arrested 40 guests. The report was rather shocking to Nigerians, who saw the invading as a breach of one's personal privacy. It was still not the first time EFCC agents had badged in on someone's apartment unannounced and uninvited because they have been doing it for quite sometime now.

In an interview with Channels Television on Monday evening, Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the incumbent President Buhari on Media and Publicity, stated that the Buhari administration is less interested in naming Boko Haram sponsors and other terrorist organizations in the country. Instead, the Buhari administration is more interested in bringing the malefactors to justice. He furthermore revealed that justice would have its way, whether anybody liked it or not, saying that the EFCC agents are also on the hunt for terrorist sponsors in the country.

In my opinion, that may be the reason for the recent abruptness of the EFCC's approach to invading people's apartments more than usual without holding back. They may be tracking down several terror sponsors in the country and maybe the arrest of the 40 guests in the Enugu hotel was linked to their investigation.

If that is the case, Nigerians shouldn't criticize the EFCC but instead leave them to do their work and bring these Boko Haram sponsors to justice.

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Source: Punch newspapers

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