The operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) have reportedly taken over the home of Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe located at Apo Legislators’ Quarters, Abuja.
The operatives reportedly stormed the senator's residence with him around 5:30pm on Friday evening several hours after arresting him.
The Sun reports that people were not allowed to go in or out of the house. It was gathered that the operatives also searched the house, after which they returned to their office with Abaribe.
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Recall that Legit.ng previously reported that Senator Abaribe was picked up on Friday, June 22, at his barber’s shop in the Apo area of Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, according to his special adviser, Nwokoma Okorie.
Supporters and associates of the senator have been on social media announcing his arrest.
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Abaribe, the southeast Senate caucus chairman, recently expressed shock over reported cuts in the 2018 budget allocation for the Akanu Ibiam International Airport Terminal in Enugu state.
Abaribe and lawmakers from the region said they learnt that an allocation of N2 billion sustained by the two aviation committees of the Senate and House of Representatives, were said to have been slashed to N500 million.
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