Corporate Affairs Commission

Lagos Police Commissioner Imohimi Edgal yesterday said the command has commenced investigation to unravel the identities of all directors of the printing press where alleged fake electoral materials for Ekiti governorship elections were found.

The police on Monday evening invaded the printing press, O’Naphtali Limited, located at 13A and 13B Oguntano Street, Gbagada, Lagos and arrested two persons, after allegedly uncovering materials purportedly for use on Saturday in Ekiti.

Already, Edgal said the command had written the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), requesting the identities of the company’s directors.

He said it became necessary for the team of investigators to write the CAC in order to enable them get to the root of the case.

The police boss said the command’s ICT experts have also been able to extract useful information from the laptops that were recovered from the company.

He said: “We have extracted useful information from the two computers. The team of detectives are working round the clock to ensure that investigation into the case is concluded in due time.”

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