Saraki’s N300 million Allegedly Disappears From Bedroom, Aides, Accountant Arrested
The Nigerian Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki has been reported to have lost the sum of N300 million which was kept in his bedroom.
According to Sahara Reporters, the former Kwara State Governor, now Senate President has involved the Nigerian Police detectives in the alleged theft case.
Reports reveal that the Nigerian Police detective in swift response have arrested and detained domestic aides of the Senate President in connection with the missing N300 million.
“They have all been released to forestall attracting publicity to the scandal”, a source said.
The alleged theft occurred at the Senate President’s home in Ilorin, Kwara State.
Last year, State Security agents attached to Mr. Saraki robbed a Bureau De Change owner who is a cousin of former Head of State, Abdulsalami Abubakar of N3100million. Several months after their arrest the culprits are yet to be charged to court for robbery apparently because the DSS continues to cover up Saraki’s ownership of the cash.
Our reliable sources, in confirming the latest heist of illicit cash at Mr. Saraki’s house said this is the second time in a month that large sums of money was stolen from the Senate President’s Ilorin mansion.