The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) questioned the billionaire’s son, Segun Adebutu on Tuesday at the EFCC office in Lagos on issues relating to alleged tax fraud and economic sabotage, Premium Times reports.

The anti-graft agency took note of Adebutu’s company following a petition last December by another betting company, Western Lotto, owned by politician Buruji Kashamu.

The news platform said EFCC officials have since discovered at least N5 billion in revenue losses against the government.

Kashamu told the news platform that he was not treating the matter as a fight against his competitor.

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“All the taxpayers’ billions they diverted should have been paid into the lottery commission trust fund to build infrastructure and alleviate poverty amongst the Nigerian masses,” he said