Nigerian singer Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, popularly known as Skales, has taken to social media to publicly call out the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over their recent actions at his house.
Skales alleges that the agency subjected him to harassment and intimidation during a late-night raid on his home.
The controversy erupted when Skales claimed on social media that EFCC personnel arrived at his house for what they referred to as a “routine check.”
This unexpected intrusion took place late at night, catching Skales and his family off guard.
In a series of tweets, Skales described the traumatic incident.
He claimed that EFCC officials used forceful tactics, including brandishing weapons, in front of his young daughter, wife, and household staff.
Skales vehemently asserted his innocence, emphasizing that he has never been involved in any criminal activities or fraud throughout his life.
The singer expressed his outrage, stating that the incident occurred shortly after he returned from an event and was attempting to put his child to sleep.
He also alleged that his property suffered damage during the encounter.
Skales didn’t mince words in his social media posts, directing harsh criticism at the EFCC.
He accused the agency of misconduct and vowed that those involved in the raid would never find success in their endeavors.
“God go punish una @officialEFCC. I am not a criminal, I have never don fraud in my life, you came in with guns to oppress me in front of my daughter and her mother & my staff. you will never prosper in anything you do as long as you’re Efcc staff! You will always be a failure.”
“So U guys now carry out routine checks @officialEFCC ON FOLKS?Na una staff talk am. for all U made my family go thru this night” my newborn & her mom. I hate U @officialEFCC. U will fail in whatever the works of ur hands do..success will never be URS. I’ll always speak against U.”