Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) investigating the alleged N585 million disbursement began questioning the suspended minister of humanitarian affairs and poverty alleviation, Betta Edu on Tuesday, January 9.

She arrived at the headquarters of the EFCC in Jabi, Abuja, at 11am.

The troubled minister arrived with her attorneys and assistants and she is currently facing EFCC investigators.

Edu showed up at the EFCC headquarters just a day after President Bola Tinubu suspended her.

After being implicated in a N585 million payment scam involving her ministry, Edu came under heavy fire from activists and rights organizations.

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