The warrant gives the EFCC the constitutional right to detain Fani-Kayode while he is being investigated.
According to the spokesman for the anti-graft agency, Mr Wilson Uwajuren, the warrant gives the agency the constitutional right to detain Fani-Kayode while he is being investigated.
The former minister had on Monday, May 10, arrived at the agency's headquarters in police convoy in honour of an invitation from the EFCC.
The Commission claims that Fani-Kayode has a case to answer over the Peoples Democratic Party’s election funds.
Fani-Kayode was the Director of Publicity for former President Goodluck Jonathan and PDP’s Campaign Organisation before the general election of 2015.