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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

The legal battle between Patience Jonathan and the Economic Crimes Commission (EFCC) took a wild turn when operatives of the anti-graft agency raided a house belonging to the former Nigerian first lady in Abuja today. Some sections of social media also say the house actually belongs to her hubby, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, Nigeria's immediate past president.

According to Facebook posts and video shared by Oraye St. Franklyn, who also hails from Okrika in Rivers State, the armed EFCC operatives stormed Jonathan's home this afternoon and "harrased anybody in sight" while seizing cameras and mobile phones of the house occupants and their neighbours.
It is still unclear what documents Franklyn alleged that EFCC operatives took from Jonathan's house. The eyewitness also suggested that the Joanthans were not at home when the incident took place.

The video below shows the moment EFCC operatives left the house:

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