The factional president of the Nigeria Football Federation, Chris Giwa, has been quizzed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
Giwa was whisked away from his Abuja home on Friday by EFCC operatives to answer questions on the banking transactions involving one of his associates.
According to sourcesthe associate’s banking transactions between January and June this year were put at N300,000, but between June and August, the transactions had skyrocketed to N250 million.
EFCC has now ordered 19 other persons who had transferred cash through this account to appear before it on Monday.
The list included an ex-international, who was inaugurated on a six-man panel by Giwa to run the Nigeria premier league till the end of the season.