So true, so false: Did ex-EFCC boss, Farida Waziri really send OBJ this letter? (READ)

by ‘Jola Sotubo

A controversial press statement released by Farida Waziri, a former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), relating to her tenure, has left her in a verbal tussle with her predecessor, Nuhu Ribadu, and former president, Olusegun Obasanjo.

[READ: “Waziri lied to seek undue relevance” – Nuhu Ribadu]

Waziri To Obasanjo: Watch Your Mouth, Respect Your Age – See more at:
Waziri To Obasanjo: Watch Your Mouth, Respect Your Age – See more at:

Mrs. Waziri reportedly threatened to ‘open-up‘on Chief Obasanjo. Well, it seems somebody might have decided to fire a pre-emptive strike as a letter bearing a supposed EFCC logo and a signature purported to be that of Mrs. Waziri has surfaced online setting a lot of tongues wagging about its substance and authenticity. 

The authenticity of the letter could not be ascertained and several commentators have expressed their skepticism that such a crudely versed letter to the former president soliciting a favour could have emanated from the office of the former chairman of an anti-graft body under late President Umar Musa Yar’Adua.

With this firmly in mind, many are waiting patiently for the outspoken Waziri to dissociate herself from the letter, clear the air on the issue, and sue those who might have engaged in possibly forging her signature.

See a photo of the letter below:

Farida letter

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  1. Na wah ooo, iheneme nobo a

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