Former National Chairman of the Social Democratic Party, Chief Olu Falae, said he has nothing to do with the former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.) and Jonathan campaign Director, Femi Fani-Kayode.
He was reacting to speculations that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission was set to invite him and others for questioning over allegations that they illegally received government funds through the last presidential campaign.
Chief Falae said he had never been invited by the EFCC or any anti-graft commission, adding that his company too had never been touched by the anti-graft commission.
He said, “I have said it in several interviews that both myself and my party have nothing whatsoever to do with Dasuki or Jonathan campaign Director or anybody that it was Tony Anenih as Chairman Board of Trustee of the PDP who approached SDP, my party, through me that we should support their candidate. I also said that we gave them some conditions which he accepted.”
If eventually invited, the former Minister for Finance said he would honor the invitation as he said he had no skeleton in his cupboard.
“I will honour the invitation if I am invited, but I have not invited by anybody because they know I have nothing to explain, I have explained everything. I know I didn’t do anything that is illegal, they just want to use that to embarrass me.”