The governor arrived at the EFCC office at 2.15pm and left at 4.30pm.
He was said to have been received by three operatives when he arrived at the commission.
He said he prayed with the former minister.
Fayose, who spoke with journalists outside the commission’s office, described the continued detention of the former presidential aide as vendetta.
The governor said while Fani-Kayode was in good spirit when he met him, he could not attest to the detainee’s state of mind .
Fayose called on the Federal Government to stop “playing god” and allow the former minister to enjoy the bail earlier granted to him by the court.
While saying he could attest to the character of Fani-kayode, who he said would not jump bail, he however questioned the rationale behind the former minister’s continued detention since the EFCC had resolved to arraign him on November 10.