Uwujaren told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that the former Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan was released to a surety without further conditions.
An online medium, PREMIUM TIMES, had earlier reported that Abati confirmed his own release on Saturday morning and was
“putting up somewhere in Abuja’’.
The ex-presidential aide turned himself to the EFCC on Oct. 21 after he was accused of receiving N50 million from detained former National Security Adviser, retired Col. Sambo Dasuki.
Source: PREMIUM TIMES/Guardian.