After spending four days in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC ), Dr Reuben Abati, former spokesman to former President Goodluck Jonathan, has been released.
He was set free on Thursday, but had to leave with the anti-graft agency his International Passport and must produce a surety of not below Level 16 in the Civil Service before going home.
However, while Abati is making ready to go home, the commission said it has a warrant to detain former FCT Minister, Bala Mohammed for more days.
By Ebere Ndukwu . . .
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