The ex-head of French oil giant Elf, Loik Le Floch-Prigent, has been extradited to the west African nation of Togo after his arrest in Ivory Coast over a fraud probe, a government source said Sunday. \"Loik Le Floch-Prigent was arrested yesterday in Abidjan,\" the Togolese government source told AFP. \"He was extradited to Lome yesterday around 2000 GMT. He will be presented to a judge tomorrow for questioning.\" The investigation involves a complaint from an Emirati businessman who alleges he was the victim of a $48-million (37-million-euro) fraud. Togo\'s former minister of territorial administration, Pascal Bodjona, has been charged over the allegations. Le Floch-Prigent has already served jail terms in France for corruption while head of Elf from 1989 to 1993.