How Police blocked Saraki’s convoy in Abuja [VIDEO]

A video showing Security Operatives laying Siege on the Senate President residence has emerged.

DAILY POST had earlier reported that the Police blocked the Senate President, Bukola Saraki’s convoy at Lake Chad junction in Abuja.

Saraki’s residence is located on the Lake Chad road.

He was reportedly on his way to report to the police headquarters upon the last night invitation by the police.

This is coming after the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, summoned Saraki to appear at the office of Intelligence Response Team (IRT) office in Abuja, over the robbery incident that took place in Offa, Kwara state, in April this year.

In a letter dated July 23 and addressed to Saraki, Idris asked the Senate President to be at IRT’s office at 8am on Tuesday “for further investigation”.

Meanwhile, Saraki has stated that the invitation to him by the Police to report to a station in Guzape over the Offa robbery investigation is a mere afterthought which is designed to achieve political purpose.

In the video obtained by DAILY POST, Saraki’s convoy was blocked with police vehicles as armed officers were seen parading the street. A voice speaking in the video also confirmed that their convoy had been blocked by the police.

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