Innoson boss speaks on his arrest by EFCC

Innocent Chukwuma

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Innoson Group of Companies, Innocent Chukwuma, says his recent arrest and detention by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission EFCC, on Tuesday, was not a tribal issue or an antagonism against the Igbos.

Speaking to some selected journalists, Friday, in his country home, Nnewi, shortly after his release, Chukwuma confirmed that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission was behind the arrest through the auspices of a commercial bank that was deducting some money illegally from his account for over eleven years amounting to over four hundred million naira.

He stated  that when he noticed the anomaly, he consulted an auditor who tabulated the correct amount, which the bank agreed to pay but later reneged.

Chukwuma said that the matter was taken to both the high court and Appeal, which he won, expressing surprise that the bank could, in turn, involve the EFCC to arrest him.

He commended President Mohammadu Buhari, Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano, some Igwes, Emirs and Obas and other notable personalities and groups across the country for intervening in the matter.

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