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Tuesday , 19 June 2018

Saraki’s N310m stoled in his house..How his security men did it

A dismissed operative of the Department of State Services, Abdulrasheed Maigari, has adduced reasons why some of security operatives, including himself, chose to steal N310 million in the Abuja house of the President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki.
Maigari, who was one of the kidnap suspects paraded by the police during the week, confirmed the report of a stolen N310 million in 2015 from the house of Saraki.
He was arrested by the Inspector General of Police Intelligence Response Unit, led by ACP Abba Kyari, for being among those who kidnap Alhaji Isa Ozi Usman and collected ransom for the purpose.
Maigari, a graduate of Political Science from Ado Bayero University, Kano and one of those in charge of security in Saraki’s house, said three vehicles had brought in some money into the compound of the Senate president at about 1am.
He said one of the security men around, whom he identified as an Army Captain ordered them to take the money because he suspected it belongs to the government.
He got N30 million as his share.
Maigari said: “I served in Operations Department at Gombe and Osun Commands of the DSS before my dismissal in 2015.
“Before I was dismissed, I was posted to the home of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, in Maitama and in November 2015, I can’t recall the exact date, three vehicles brought in the N310 million into the compound and the Army Captain, who was on ground that day, ordered that we should take the money away because he suspected the money was government money, which could have been wrongly appropriated and could, therefore, be taken.
“We were four DSS operatives and four army officers involved and we drove the three cars to a house in Suleja, where the money was shared.
“I got N30 million and I bought a car and took it to Kaduna State, where I hid the rest of my share.
“I came back to Abuja.
“But on November 28, 2015, I was asked to report at DSS Headquarters and when I got there, I was interrogated over the theft and detained for five months, dismissed and charged to court.
“I was remanded in Kuje Prison, where I eventually fell ill after seven months.
“I was very sick and I was granted bail by the court on health grounds.”

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