Sequel to the arrest of EFCC boss Ibrahim Magu today by the Department of State Services (DSS), journalists have been barred from gaining access into the Conference Centre of State House to observe his interrogation.
DSS personnel stationed at strategic location within the entrance of the State Services premises asked the journalists to leave immediately Magu was brought in.
Meanwhile, in a swift reaction to the news already making round regarding the arrest, the spokesperson of the EFCC boss, Dele Oyewale, has denied the arrest of Magu by the DSS. According to Dele, the EFCC boss was neither arrested nor whisked away as widely purported. He was only invited for a brief clarification at the DSS office, he claimed.