Former minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mallam Nasir El-Rufai finally honoured the invitation by the State Security Service (SSS), to report to their headquarters in Abuja.
This is coming three days after his refusal to appear before the agency over inciting utterance ahead of the 2015 general elections.
El-Rufai, who arrived the SSS office, at about 9.20am, was accompanied by Rivers State Governor, Chibuike Amaechi, and former Anambra State governor, Senator Chris Ngige.
Amaechi was said to have been mandated by the All Progressives Congress (APC) to accompany el-Rufai.
Journalists and politicians trooped into the premises of the SSS to get first-hand information even as the former minister, who was apparently with his telephone, sent a twit “inside SSS headquarters, they are saying that Governor Amaechi and Senator Ngige will not be allowed into the building after walking 500 metres …impunity.” Earlier in an interview with journalists, who trooped into Aso Drive Avenue, El-Rufai said that he would not be intimidated, adding that he would continue to speak out until there is a free and fair election in the country.