The invasion of the Abuja residence of former Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Tuesday continues to draw criticisms and commendations.
Okorocha was arrested for alleged fraud by the EFCC who said he jumped bail and refused to accept court processes from the commission.
On the Sunny Side, show host Joyce Onyemuwa sampled the thoughts of callers, asking: should Okorocha have denied them entry?
"If you are sure you haven't done anything wrong, why are you hiding?" A caller asked.
For him, the ex-governor has no "moral right" to cry foul.
But does that make the actions of the EFCC right?
According to another caller, this is simply the law of karma playing out.
Watch the video for his explanation, as well as more reactions.