Investigators from the Force Criminal Investigation Department(FCID), Abuja, researching the supposed assault against minister Biodun Fatoyinbo on Wednesday, August 28 directed a hunt on the habitation and office of the beset minister in Abuja.
As indicated by a report by Daily Sun, the olice likewise held onto the international ID of Fatoyinbo, as a feature of the bail conditions allowed to the minister. Fatoyinbo was additionally made to furnish two level 16 officials with landed property in Abuja, before he was permitted to be taken on bail.
He was anyway advised to report the FCID every day until examination is finished up. The COZA minister who went to another round of cross examination Wednesday, has since been discharged to return home. A source disclosed to Daily Sun that piece of the examination that occurred on Wednesday was a pursuit on the home of the minister and his office by criminologists.
As per source, “the home of the minister and his office were looked through today by investigators examining the issue, yet I can’t disclose to you what they found, however disobediently they were searching for implicating reports and different confirmations that was uncovered by observers during the careful examination led in the issue.
“Likewise part of the bail conditions given to minister Fatoyinbo is that he gives two level 16 officials who have landed property in Abuja, and that his universal international ID to be stored with the police which he has done”.