The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission raided the farm of the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, making away with sales books, receipt booklets, its members of staff list and other documents.
It was learnt that about nine EFCC operatives, raided Wanogan Farms Limited located in the Masaka area of Nasarawa State around 3pm and searched the entire premises for over three hours.
A relative of the CJN told said that the EFCC operatives seized all the phones of the workers to prevent them from taking photographs of the operation.
He said they searched the store houses, water tanks in search of dollars.
He said the EFCC men harassed the human resources director over the phone and requested that the company’s invoices be turned over to the EFCC.
The suspended CJN had written a petition to the Inspector-General of Police, alleging that some men posing as herdsmen invaded his farm on February 1st, asking residents if they had witnessed any suspicious activities.