EFCC Storm Enugu

Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Today invaded Enugu state in search of Governor Sullivan Chime’s first son, Nnamdi who was said to be building a N50 million house in the city. Sources said the EFCC was acting based on a petition which accused the younger Chime of having access to monies which are feared to be belonging to the state government.

When the operatives of the commission came to the state to effect his arrest, they however met a brickwall as the 22-year old Nnamdi escaped.
On getting feelers that the operatives were after him, Chime was said to have immediately fled his office located around Presidential road but was later sighted by the operatives around New Heaven junction area.
Efforts to flag him down failed as he escaped and reportedly ran into Government House.
An official of the commission in the state who spoke on grounds of anonymity confirmed the presence of their officials in the state but refused to confirm whether they were in town to effect younger Chime’s arrest.
Investigations further revealed that the governor’s son was being trailed for a N50 million building with ultra-modern facilities which he is said to be erecting within Independence Layout in the capital.
“The EFCC is acting based on series of petition it received in which the governor’s son and other relatives of the governor are involved in alleged sleaze of government funds. I’m sure by the time the agency is done with their investigations, heads will roll in the state, its just a matter of time,” an informed sources said.