Rivers - Officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission stormed Rivers State on Monday and started quizzing public office holders in the state over a yet-to-be mentioned financial impropriety, Vanguard reports.
Already, the EFCC investigators had quizzed the embattled Majority Leader of the state House of Assembly, Chidi Lloyd, over the finances of the House.
A High Court sitting in Ahoada, Rivers State, however, granted bail to the Majority Leader on Monday, after two weeks in police detention following the fracas on the floor of the state House of Assembly.
Lloyd had sued the Inspector-General of Police, demanding N50bn damages for the violation of his fundamental human rights, wrongful arrest and detention.
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