Abuja - Former governor of Imo State, Ihedi Ohakim has turned down an invitation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Wednesday over allegations of corruption during his reign as governor, Punch reports.
Ohakim, who was scheduled to visit the Abuja headquarters of the commission, was summoned to answer questions in an ongoing investigation into allegations of corruption and embezzlement by his government.
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The anti-graft agency on Tuesday also invited former Governor Martin Elechi of Ebonyi for interrogation over allegations of misappropriation of funds by his government.
Elechi, who left the commission around 4.30pm, is expected to visit the EFCC again next week.
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