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IGP summons Saraki over Offa robbery.

Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police (IGP), has asked Senate President Bukola 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.
In a letter dated July 23 and addressed to the senate president, Idris asked Saraki to be at IRT’s office at 8am on Tuesday “for further investigation”.
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The police had said some of the robbery suspects confessed that they were thugs of the senate president, an allegation Saraki denied.The lawmaker was asked to appear at force headquarters for questioning but the police eventually said Saraki should not appear in person but respond to the allegations of the suspects in writing.
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In the letter, Idris said there was need for the senate president to make clarification on his written response and further make further statements in person.
The IGP said some of the gang leaders alleged that Saraki gave them arms and money.

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