Akande, who was a senior official with a Nigerian bank, had earlier told the court that he was called by Fayose and told that there would be a business transaction in his account in the Akure branch of the bank.
He had added that he called one Biodun Osode, who was based in Akure to handle the transaction.
But at the resumed trial, Akande admitted that his financial organisation solicited patronage from Fayose while the latter was in office.
He told the court, under cross examination by defence counsel, Olalekan Ojo (SAN), that he (Akande) had no knowledge of the transaction.
Ojo had asked him: “Do you also further confirm that all that you stated in your statements to EFCC were based on what you were told?”
Akande answered: “Correct.”
The EFCC witness further told the court that he was not aware of how much was to be deposited into the account or where the money was coming from and for what purpose.
Akande, it was learnt, further told the court that it was impossible for anyone to make withdrawals from a corporate bank account outside the introduction given by the signatories to the account.
According to him, in the event of alterations to any instruction by the account signatories, the latter must make another written instruction and sign.
The case has now been adjourned till Tuesday, October 22, for continuation of trial.