Former Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom has arrived at the EFCC office in Makurdi, the state’s capital, to begin his investigation.
Following an invitation from the anti-graft organization, Ortom visited the EFCC’s office on Tuesday.
Around 10:08am, the former governor, who traveled in his personal SUV, arrived at the EFCC office in the old GRA district of Makurdi.
Later, he was joined by Abraham Kwaghgu, his principal special assistant, and Terver Akase, his special adviser on media and publicity.
At the time this report was submitted, the former governor was still present at the law enforcement organization’s office.