The former governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, who disappeared last year after being impeached and resurfaced briefly two weeks ago to address a rally in the state’s capital has surrendered himself to the authorities of the anti corruption agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in Lagos State.
Fayose reportedly walked into the EFCC’s office in Lagos state at about 11:30am today and introduced himself to the agents who promptly arrested him.
An EFCC source told The Times of Nigeria that “Fayose’s case file has been ready a long time ago and was only a matter of time for him to face justice.”
“He simply made it easy on himself because he was going to be picked up whenever he surfaces. He will be charged immediately.” The source said.
The source was unable to say when and where Fayose will be charged very likely because the agency was taken by surprise.