A former Kaduna central district senator, Shehu Sani, has narrated his traumatic experience during his 30 days detention by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Mr Sani was released on bail on court orders on Thursday. He described his incarceration as a clear breach of his fundamental rights, according to a statement he issued on Saturday.
The former rights activist said the EFCC tried to subject him to a polygraph lie detector tests, blocked his bank accounts, searched his houses and offices, an action he said ”was traumatising, all in the name of fictional $24,000 or $25, 000 extortion.”
Mr Sani, who represented Kaduna Central in the last Senate, was arrested in December for allegedly “collecting $25,000 in the name of the EFCC acting chairman, Ibrahim…