EFCC asks forgiveness from Italian man for raiding his hotel room with "I'm sorry wine"

EFCC asks forgiveness from Italian man for raiding his hotel room with “I’m sorry wine”

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has submitted a statement of regret with souvenirs to Italian after seemingly attacking his lodging in Ibadan.

The gift contained champagne wine and other trinkets.

The overbearing anti-graft body made the gesture to the foreigner subsequent to invasion of his privacy and discovering nothing implicating to pin him, his legal counselor and lawyer Akeem Fadun said.

As indicated by Mr Fadun the unspecified Italian had been captured by officials of the anti-graft body after they forcefully attacked his hotel in Ibadan.

EFCC apologizes to Italian man for invading his hotel room with “I am sorry wine”

Mr Fadun composed on Facebook that around 5:00 a.m. on Monday, the way to his lodging was opened up with a boisterous crash, and then intensely equipped men yelled at them to lift their hands and they were hauled out practically stripped alongside a few others from the hotel and headed to the EFCC head office in Ibadan.

“Around 5:00 a.m. on Monday, the door to his hotel room was thrown open with a loud thud, heavily armed men shouted at them to raise their hands and they were dragged out almost naked along with several others from the hotel and driven to the EFCC head office in Ibadan,”

Mr Fadun added that his client’s telephone and belongings were thoroughly dug into by the agents of the EFCC and after nothing was discovered, a gift was presented to make up for the awful experience.

The “gift” which was delivered to them as an apology included two bottles of wine, an EFCC imprinted wall clock and a card saying ‘sorry’ for their actions.