Friday, 6 December 2013
PHOTONEWS: Senator Saraki's Bank Fraud Case: Kwara State Hired Crowd In Dance Of Shame For Corruption
Former governor of Kwara state, Bukola Saraki, failed to turn up at the Special Fraud Unit of the Nigeria police in Lagos today, instead, the governor bused a variety of hirelings to the Lagos offices of the antifraud police to protest plans to question the senator for fraud and theft of $133.5 million bank loan from the defunct InterContinental Bank.
Mr. Saraki later appeared before the Abuja offices of the Nigerian police for interrogation. He was still answering questions at the police headquarters while the crowds where stranded in Lagos. SaharaReporters learnt that each of the local government area in Kwara state were forced to charter a bus that took the hired crowds to Lagos.