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Why We Don’t Allow Naked Women Wear Clothes Before Breaking Into Hotel Rooms- EFCC



The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared Bello Malami Tambuwal wanted over an alleged N2.2 million fraud.

The anti-graft agency’s spokesman, Wilson Uwajaren, has revealed the reason why its commission do not allow naked women put on some clothes before breaking in.

According to Wilson in a chat with the Punch, that the commission has observed that some of its targets use naked women as shields during raids, hence the reason operatives often move in nonetheless to prevent them from destroying evidence.

Naija News understands that On Tuesday, witnesses told Peoples Gazette that dozens of hotel guests were left traumatised after anti-graft agents breached their privacy in the early hours of the day at Parktonian Hotel in Lagos.

They disclosed that some guests were naked when the agents who claimed to be on a manhunt for suspected internet fraudsters broke in and prevented them from dressing up before being interrogated.

“They broke into the hotel and threatened to shoot the receptionists and management if they didn’t immediately release the master access card to them,” a witness said. “So the hotel workers had to comply immediately.