A former Special Assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has said that anti-graft agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, will be termed biased if they fail to invite any government official who pays the N100 million fee to obtain the presidential nomination form of the All Progressives Congress.
Recall that the APC on Wednesday announced that its presidential nomination form has been pegged at N100 million.
That for the governorship would go for N50 million.
In a post shared on his Instagram page, Reno opined that the EFCC invited businessman Obi Cubana for questioning after it witnessed how he spent millions for the funeral of his mother.
Omokri stated that if the agency fails to invite any government official who pays N100 million to obtain the ruling party’s presidential nomination form, then it would be termed biased.
He wrote: “Let us look at this matter objectively.
“The EFCC saw a multi millionaire private businessman called Obi Cubana spending millions during his mother’s burial, and they invited him for questioning.
“If EFCC don’t invite any APC government official that pays the N100 million APC Presidential nomination for questioning, then they are biased.
“How can a private multi millionaire with known businesses be a suspect in EFCC’s eye, but an APC government official earning N12 million per annum buying a N100 million Presidential nomination form is not a suspect.
“Please someone explain this logic!”