Senate President, Bukola Saraki was on Thursday interrogated in his Abuja office by police operatives in connection with the April 5 robbery incident that claimed several lives in Offa, Kwara State.
The police interrogators who arrived Saraki’s fourth floor office at the Senate wing of the National Assembly at about 1.40pm were said to have engaged the Senate President over the report that allegedly implicated him in the robbery incident.
Olu Onemola, Saraki’s Special Assistant on New Media made this on his Twitter handle @OnemolaOlu.
Today at about 1:40pm, the Senate President met with a team of investigators on the Offa Robbery case in his office. Dr. Saraki used the opportunity to reiterate that he has nothing to do with either the robbery incident on April 5, 2018, or any other criminal activity. pic.twitter.com/YyCVJW21wB
— Olu 3.0 (@OnemolaOlu) July 26, 2018
Saraki was said to have told the interrogators that he knew nothing about the robbery incident or any other criminal activity.
The police detectives were said to be at Saraki’s office during which he used the forum to reiterate the fact that he knew nothing about the robbery incident.
The Police authorities had asked Saraki to report at Guzape police station in Abuja on Tuesday in furtherance of their investigation into the Offa robbery incident but Saraki declined the invitation. He said policemen were free to meet with him in his office on that Tuesday or any other day.