The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has promised to make himself available to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Fayose disclosed this in a letter dated September 10 and addressed to the acting EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu.
He said he would report at the EFFC office after handing over to the Ekiti State Governor-elect, Kayode Fayemi, who will be sworn into office on October 16.
The governor explained that several actions of the anti-graft agency, including the freezing of his account and an attempt to secure a temporary forfeiture of his properties indicated that there was a need to answer some questions.
He stressed that as the immunity against investigation and prosecution which he enjoys would expire on October 15, the EFCC should expect him at its office the next day.
Fayose added that he took the decision due to his belief in the rule of law, noting that he is prepared to clarify all the issues surrounding the anti-graft body’s investigations on the stated date.