Weekend’s invasion of the Maitama, Abuja residence of former Chairman of the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund(NSITF), Ngozi Olojeme may have landed her in the hospital, LeadersNG learned.
Reports indicate that Olojeme is currently receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital after what a source close to the family described as “a horrifying experience” from men of the EFCC who invaded her house at about 6am last Saturday morning.
The invasion of her residence is said to be in connection with the alleged issue of loan between her and oil mogul, Chief Arthur Eze.
Eze had alleged that Olojeme is owing her the sum of $2.8 Million and another N240 Million in loans, an allegation she denied.
The issue is already before an Abuja High Court.
Olojeme is said to be shocked and distraught that she had to go through the harrowing experience despite being on Administrative bail from the EFCC.
The operation lasted for about 12 hours during which all roads leading to her residence was blocked and and the officials refused to tender any invitation letter or warrant of arrest.
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