The EFCC last week invited former Senior Special Assistant to ex-President Jonathan on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe, to their office, to question him for allegedly receiving N85million from embattled former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.)
The former presidential aide is accused of receiving N50million cash from Dasuki and a company linked to him received additional N35million from the office of the NSA.
Okupe is not being detained by the EFCC however after he told them he has a heart condition and presented a medical report as proof. So for now, he comes from home to answer questions.
A few months ago, Okupe took to Facebook to say that he received money from Dasuki on several occasions for the running of his office but never partook in the campaign
â€œI was not paid arms deal money. The NSA paid for the running of my office monthly from August 2012. Dasukigate was in 2014. I did not take part in the campaign.â€ he tweeted in May