EFCC broke into my hotel room unannounced- Biodun Stephen

Biodun Stephen, movie producer, has allegedly accused officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of breaking into her hotel room unannounced.

Stephen, taking to her Instagram page on Wednesday, disclosed that the incident happened 3:00am sometimes last week while filming.

She said, “That is how I slept in a hotel whilst filming last week. Next thing, I open my eyes at a little past 3:00 am; what did I see? Two men dressed in black with weapons. I thought I was dreaming.

“Then I heard the door to my room close; I sprang up, and without thinking, shouted. ‘Stay right there! Who are you?’ They replied, ‘we are EFCC’. My head spark. Are you kidding me? You enter into my room unannounced?

“You decide to enter my room? “You should have kept on knocking. I was sleeping like any normal person would.”

She continued, “One just open him mouth waaa… ‘where is the man of the room?’ I first confuse. ‘The who?’ He replied, ‘your partner.’ Anger well up inside me. Is this one roving mad?

“His partner realised his folly because he quickly apologized. ‘You are not who we are looking for.’ I watched as they interviewed guests rudely and arrested a few. They knew the people they were after.”

“They just burst into hotel rooms in the middle of the night, not caring who you are or what state you are in.

“I mean, the hotel is a really decent hotel; so, I couldn’t understand how this could happen. They alleged EFCC barrages their way in. A mess, I tell you.”

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