Skales who released the video via his account on the X platform, formerly known as Twitter said the recording was made by one of his neighbours.
Nigerian singer John Njeng-Njeng aka Skales has shared more details of how operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) invaded his home at midnight.
He took to X to share a video of the EFCC operatives breaking into his home.
Recall that we had earlier reported that Skales called out the EFCC in a series of posts on the microblogging platform, X, formerly Twitter on Tuesday, accusing the anti-graft agency of breaking into his home and destroying his properties.
The singer noted that he is not a criminal and had never been involved with fraud in his entire life, adding that the agency had no right to barge into his home and oppress him in the presence of his family.
However, the EFCC denied the claim that its operatives invaded the home of Skales.
In a phone call with The PUNCH, the EFCC spokesman, Dele Oyewale, stated that such claims by the singer were not true.
Oyewale asserted that officials of the anti-graft agency do not conduct any raids and do not operate in such a manner.
See the video.