Reactions trail Senate President Saraki's police invitation, blockade of residence

Reactions trail Senate President Saraki's police invitation, blockade of residence

- Reactions have trailed the invitation of the Senate president, Bukola Saraki, by the police

- Nigerians have also reacted to the siege laid to Saraki's residence by the police on Tuesday, July 24

- Some condemned the police actions, while others said Saraki should prove his innocence in the Offa bank robbery indictment

Nigerians have reacted to the invitation of Senate president Bukola Saraki by the Nigeria Police Force over the Offa bank robbery of Thursday, April 5, which claimed lives of many innocent Nigerians.

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Legit.ng gathers that the siege laid by the police to the residence of the Senate president on Tuesday, July 24, have also generated a lot of reactions from Nigerians, with some people faulting the actions of the police, while others are of the opinion that they are only doing their job.

See reactions below:

Omojuwa believes this move by the police will have consequences on democracy.

TeeJay is of the opinion that politics in Nigeria is shameful.

It appears this move is not unconnected with the forthcoming 2019 elections.

The joke is on APC, according to Henry.

Could this be a ploy by the ruling party to stop Saraki and other APC folks from defecting?

Danejo describes the siege as irresponsible and callous.

According to Ibraheem, Saraki remains a suspect in the offa robbery which claimed lives.

Come 2019, Nigerians will decide who wins the elections.

President Buhari has no hand in Saraki's ordeal with the police.

Can anyone blame Saraki really?

Recall that Legit.ng previously reported that Senate President Bukola Sakari was asked by the inspector general of police, Ibrahim Idris, to report at the Intelligence Response Team (IRT) of the Force on Tuesday, July 24.

The invitation was in connection with the ongoing investigation of the Offa robbery of Thursday, April 5, in which many people lost their lives.

The letter dated 23rd July, 2018 and signed by Idris, Saraki was expected to report to the head of the IRT team at Guzape Junction, Asokoro Extension, Abuja, by 8am.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Nigeria police on Tuesday, July 24, said that it was not aware of the siege laid to the residence of the president of the Senate, Bukola Saraki by security agencies.

The police spokesman, Jimoh Moshood, said he was not aware of the development. He said: “I am not aware. You are just informing me."

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Source: Legit.ng

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