BREAKING: DSS, police occupy Saraki, Ekweremadu’s houses

By Editor on 24/07/2018

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Saraki's home invaded
Saraki's home invaded

Operatives from the Special Anti Robbery Squad unit of the Nigeria Police, on Tuesday morning, blocked the convoy of Senate President Bukola Saraki from leaving his Maitama Residence.

The stern-looking policemen, it was learnt, stormed the residence at about 6:00a.m. and prevented vehicles from coming in or going out of the expansive residence of Nigeria’s third citizen.

Reports said a similar incident played out at Apo residence of the Depury President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu in Abuja.

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Posted 24/07/2018 09:14:32 AM

 

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