Norah Okafor case against EFCC: Court hearing begins today

An Abia State High Court sitting in Umuahia will today, Thursday hear the case of Nigerian journalist, Norah Okafor against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC over unlawful invasion of her premises.

Okafor had, in a Facebook post, narrated how some masked operatives of the agency on September 23, 2021, allegedly invaded her apartment.

Okafor, who noted that the officers operated like burglars, explained that they jumped over the fence around 2am to gain access into the compound and broke the gate with an axe.

The journalist said the operatives assaulted her brothers and destroyed the property in the apartment.

She is also seeking a public apology over what appeared to be a sting operation in a wrong premises by the EFCC officials.

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