In a brief ruling on the bail application filed by Okorocha, Justice Ekwo said he was not inclined to admit the applicant to bail.
The former governor had filed an ex-parte application in which he predicated his bail request on the ground that he was a presidential aspirant.
He informed the court that he is vying for the presidential ticket of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) and his political ambition would be jeopardised unless he is granted bail.
The team, who insisted that Okorocha must submit himself for arrest or honour a long-standing invitation to their office, later barricaded the residence of the presidential aspirant.
According to them, none of the members of Okorocha’s family would be allowed to leave the compound until they produce the former governor.
Following a series of drama at the scene, gunshots were heard as the anti-graft agency’s team broke into Okorocha’s house and left with the presidential aspirant to their office in the nation’s capital.