Saraki Again? ₦300m Vanishes in His Bedroom; Police Arrests His Aides & Accountant - Leystradamus.Com.Ng

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Saraki Again? ₦300m Vanishes in His Bedroom; Police Arrests His Aides & Accountant

The Nigeria police in Ilorin, Kwara State, questioned and then released several domestic aides as well as some members of the security detail assigned to Senate President Bukola Saraki in connection with the mysterious disappearance of N300 million from the senator’s bedroom in Ilorin.

According to SR investigation, the money that went missing at Saraki's home had just been ferried there by the Kwara State government in different foreign exchange denominations. What?
SR reports that Saraki called on Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed to provide the huge cash to enable him provide largesse to his supporters in Ilorin at the start of the Ramadan season.

This is not the first time a gargantuan sum of cash connected to Saraki grew wings and disappeared. Last year, agents of the Department of State Security (DSS) attached to the embattled Senate President stole a huge sum of money that the owner of a bureau de change, who is a cousin of former military Head of State, Abdulsalami Abubakar, was ferrying to Saraki. 
Months after their arrest, the DSS agents have yet to be formally charged to court for robbery. A source in the agency told SR that the DSS and Saraki were colluding to cover up the case. 
“Senator Saraki does not want the public to start asking questions about the source of the money. And the DSS does not want the role of our agents to become public knowledge,” the source disclosed.

Two reliable sources in Ilorin confirmed the latest heist of the illicit cash approved by Governor Ahmed of Kwara State and sent to Saraki’s home. Saraki anointed Ahmed as his successor.

One of our sources claimed that this was the second time in a month that large sums of money disappeared from the Senate President’s Ilorin mansion. Just imagine how government money is flying.

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