Armed Robbers Attack Saraki’s House In Ilorin, Steal N12Million Cash Months After N300M….

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June 6, 2016 – Armed Robbers Attack Saraki’s Home, Mansion In Ilorin Kwara, Steal N12 Million Cash Months After N300Million Disappeared From His Bedroom

Embattled Senate President Saraki yesterday confirmed the armed robbery attack carried out at one of his mansions in Ilorin Kwara state recently.

According to report from Ilorin, Saraki’s private bedroom was ransacked as the suspected robbers made away with 12 million naira cash.

This came months after the mysterious disappearance of N300million from his vault.

His security aides were questioned but no charges was filed against them as Saraki reportedly abandoned the case in order to avoid publicity.

15 thoughts on “Armed Robbers Attack Saraki’s House In Ilorin, Steal N12Million Cash Months After N300M….

  1. WEL THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENT IS NOW THAT ARMY ROBBERS ARE DOING THE RIGHT HOW I WISH THEY DO MORE OF THAT. PEOPLE ARE WATCHING OOOOOOOOOOOO

  2. Interesting!!! the men of the underworld have finally doing the right thing by changing their route toward the right channel. #300 million was initially carted away and now #12 million and this guy said, that is not a big deal. It is indeed not a big issue because the money were stolen from innocent people. I pray there should more of these. The bandit should stop attacking the struggling and innocent people and go after the like of Saraki. You can put your straw right there and sip as much as you can since the owner is scare to report to the authority.

  3. So how was he keep 12milon for his house? This man is a tiff. Is bribe wey he was plan to bribe Rotimi Amaechi na wetin they tiff.

  4. A looter is being looted by smarter looters. N312M, WOW! Na wa for this country More like an ATM Machine right at home!
    May God salvage this country from all the
    Saraki-gate,
    Dasuki-gate,
    Buhari-gate.

    I take a stroll…

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