Senate President's Wife Toyin Saraki Releases Official Statement On EFCC Invitation

Published On: July 23, 2015, 1:00 pm
Author: kaygee
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Toyin Saraki, wife of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has said she will respond to the invitation from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, and assist the commission with its inquiries over corruption allegations levelled against her.

Toyin Saraki on Wednesday confirmed being invited by the commission but denied knowing the motive of the invitation.

Mrs Saraki, was invited by the EFCC in relation to questionable inflow of funds into companies she had stakes in when her husband was the governor of Kwara State.

She is expected to report at the Commission’s headquarters in Abuja on July 28, 2015; where investigators would interrogate her for alleged financial crimes.

In a statement released through her private secretary, Akeem Olagoke, the Senate President’s wife claimed she had no idea of the intent of the anti-graft agency’s invitation.

“Her Excellency, Mrs Toyin Saraki, Founder of Wellbeing Foundation Africa and wife of the Senate President has been informed by her office that a letter of invitation was delivered to her office, by and from the EFCC.

“She has directed an immediate and formal response, to the EFCC, that she will be delighted to assist them with any lawful enquiries they may have, as a law abiding, transparent and accountable private citizen, ”
Mr. Olagoke said.



-- beneno (m) at 23-07-2015 01:27PM
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oooooooooh
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-- ignis99 (m) at 23-07-2015 01:29PM
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good
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-- joromy (m) at 23-07-2015 01:57PM
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OK, U BELTER COOPERATE.
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-- jasperjahsy (m) at 23-07-2015 02:35PM
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pure witch hunt by APC to remove saraki
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-- joromy (m) at 23-07-2015 03:29PM
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MY DEAR DIS IS CORRUPTION PROBE THIS IS NOT WITCH HUNT OK. LET JOIN HAND TOGETHER WITH THIS NEW GOVERNMENT SO THAT DEY CAN FIGHT THIS CORRUPTION SO THAT NIGERIA CAN MOVE FORWORD.
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-- edpete (m) at 23-07-2015 04:22PM
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Ok
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-- kelemann (m) at 23-07-2015 04:44PM
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They should also go to Lagos  and probe Tinubu and his wife if this is not witch hunting. Anybody against probe doesn't like Nigeria, but let this probe not be selective that's all.
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-- echeeche (m) at 23-07-2015 06:59PM
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Nawao oh hnmmmmmmmm
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