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“I’m innocent until proven guilty” – WATCH Femi Fani-Kayode talk about his Ordeal with EFCC




In an exclusive chat with Channels TV, Femi Fani-Kayode talks about his recent ordeal with EFCC. He answers questions about the allegations brought against him and whether any of them are true. He also talks about the way he was treated while he was being detained.

According to him, he will continue to speak out because that is what leaders are meant to do.

According to him, one of his issues with the present administration is that if you want to get any appointment anywhere you have to be a core Northern Muslim…except for a select few. He says there is also a growing confidence from the Islamic fanatics, adding that a majority of mu slims do not fall into this category.

In the concluding video he says “I am raising these issues just so that we can try and fix the problem rather than ignore it. I can speak but there are hundreds and thousands of people that cannot speak out, that nobody knows of, that are suffering injustice in the hands of the EFCC”

It’s a three-part video and it is a must watch.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3


  1. ifedi collins

    July 22, 2016 at 8:38 pm

    I appreciate your courage, eloquence and determination to remain relevant in the political discourse of this great nation. God will continue to bless and protect you for Nigeria

  2. aisha joseph

    July 22, 2016 at 8:52 pm

    Well spoken! Bravo.. my love for u just increased 100 percent. He trashed everything without mincing words. EFCCis truely a vessel used by these religious n political fanatics for vendetta. 2019 is surely by d corner!

  3. Damilola

    July 22, 2016 at 10:15 pm

    Fani Kayode gained my respect. He didn’t self exile, run away like a coward or fake an illness. He’s fighting his case in Nigeria. And I like the interview.

  4. Lala

    July 22, 2016 at 10:40 pm

    Stop the religious bigotry. People talk so much about religion but fail to live by the tenets.

  5. KOFFI

    July 22, 2016 at 11:35 pm



    July 23, 2016 at 12:00 am

    Buhari needs to go/be removed/neutralised/silenced/rendered irrelevant/exposed.

    That is the answer to this question.

    With him, go all his ilk. He is dragging, pushing, shoving this nation relentlessly and bull-headedly into darkness, evil, destruction, chaos, obliteration, into a very, very dark and draconian dark ages. He is single-handedly accelerating Nigeria extremely rapidly backwards.

    The man has NO vision. He is He has no idea of governance. He is not a leader. He provides no leadership.

    He has NO vision for Nigeria’s good. Only for himself and his islam and how he will, by his efforts here on earth in its name, assure himself a most privileged place in his islamic paradise after death. The man is a divider. And he thinks he is so intelligent and wise and crafty and that no one can see him, that no one can see what he’s been doing, that his true heart doesn’t show; he thinks that his thoughts are silent but they are so loud. Buhari MUST go! Nigeria’s free-fall and descent into darkness MUST end once and for all. Let The Almighty God bring the man or woman that will truly lead this great country and this people into the Divine and glorious destiny and Purpose God has for it/for us. One nation under GOD. One nation and one people under GOD.

    • Artklub

      July 23, 2016 at 1:14 pm

      @ revolution: whats needed is not war or emotional reactions. what we need is stealth economic smarts, everyone should reinvest in their communities, educate their own and make equal and respectful alliances. do no think short term or give in to quick fixes and do not sell out to plunderers and exploiters. we need to think about legacies, inheritance and long term. come off of the tit of the government make these guys irrelevant. plant seeds now with long term view and fix our own end of the equation. with this current government military and police are useless and in there is no justice so get your own security units.

  7. Jamce

    July 23, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    FFK, Bravo to your courage in standing up against the burgeoning dictatorship of Buhari and APC.

  8. Engoz

    July 23, 2016 at 2:06 pm

    Who are the corrupt people in Nigeria since everyone claims they are not? Anyway the buhari government had better follow due process. On what grounds are they holding people despite fulfilling bail requirements? You are jailing people who provided catering services to the previous government too? How stupid can the buhari government get? On this issue, the buhari government failed. It gets an F9 from me!


    July 23, 2016 at 10:58 pm

    My gosh! Is this really how the EFCC is operating? What Buhari means when he says he going after “stolen funds”? Asking people who provided a legitimate service and were paid for it to return monies paid?

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