Cubana Chief Priest eulogizes EFCC, encourages invitees not to run

Fresh from custody after getting bail regarding his naira abuse trial, celebrity barman Pascal Okechukwu, popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest, has hailed the effort and the activities of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

He was arraigned at the Federal High Court, Lagos, before Justice Kehinde Ogundare, on Wednesday, April 17, where he pleaded not guilty to three counts of naira abuse.

However, in an Instagram post on Thursday, April 18, the celebrity barman posted a photo of the commission’s logo and eulogized the agency.

He remarked that the eagle in the logo symbolizes the EFCC’s ability to soar high and capture individuals, no matter where they hide.

He told Nigerians there was no need to run when EFCC invited them, as he admonished them to honor such invitations.

Making a case for the agency, he stated that they (EFCC officials) “don’t bite or beat; they only investigate and prosecute.”

Cubana Chief Priest even further revealed that in the EFCC cell, there is a bed, toilet, and bathroom, and that breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served.

“The Eagle will always fly so high to catch you wherever you hide, No need to run when @officialefcc invites you, just pull up and answer them, they don’t bite, they don’t beat, they only investigate and prosecute.

“For their cell bed dey, toilet & bathroom dey, even breakfast, lunch & dinner is served so tell me why are you running…. how long will you run….na big man location EFCC Be. For me, It’s a status symbol.”

Since his arrest and trial, celebrities like Portable have publicly apologized to the EFCC for abusing the naira in the past, and on Thursday, it was widely reported that a former Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, was declared wanted by the EFCC after he evaded arrest and snubbed a court hearing scheduled for his arraignment on N80 billion charges.

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