Former Chiefs of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Ihejirika and Lieutenant General  Minimah and 52 others that are being investigated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in connection with arms deals during the President Goodluck Jonathan administration are to be interrogated by a special team.

The team has already been constituted by the anti-graft agency. A source within the agency says the interrogation of some of the serving and retired public/military officers may commence as early as Monday.

Menawhile the former Special Assistant to Jonathan on publicity, Dr. Doying Okupe wa grilled for hours by EFCC over N162 million scandal. 

He  was questioned over alleged on the illicit payments to him and his companies by a former National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki (retired), and Chanchaga Local Government in Niger State.

But the former presidential spokesman pleaded with the EFCC not to  detain him because he has a heart problem.