FORMER adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan, Mr Doyin Okupe, on Wednesday released from the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Mr Okupe who was released around evening after spending two days in detention informed that he had been granted administrative bail.
He disclosed further that he was handed a charge sheet which had 59 counts, bordering on breach of trust and money laundering, allegations relating to his activities when he was in government as a Senior Special Assistant
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