The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission reportedly stormed the Lagos residence of PDP chieftain, Doyin Okupe earlier today to effect his arrest.
Two anti-graft officers from Commission were at the home of former presidential aide in Illupeju demanding that he follows them to their office for questioning.
Okupe revealed this via a tweet at about 4:30 p.m. that the EFCC agents stormed his house without bearing any invitation document or arrest warrant.
He revealed that the agents said he had done something that violated the Cybercrime Act, a repressive law enacted shortly before President Goodluck Jonathan left office in 2015.
“They knocked and I told them to come in, but when they identified themselves as being from the EFCC, I asked for letter of invitation or arrest warrant, but they could not provide either,” He said.
“I immediately said I cannot follow them that they should give me time and also go back and obtain a warrant or invitation letter. They said they are looking for me for cyberstalking, But they have now left my house and I did not follow them”.
It will be recalled that Mr. Okupe is a strong critic of the Federal government and fierce opposition figure.