Nigeria's Maitama is one of the major districts of Abuja and home to most embassies and high commissions. It was also the scene of police raids, reportedly on the apartment of two sons of presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar. Coincidentally another apartment raided in the same block, was that of Chiemeka Orji, the son of former Abia State governor, Theodore Orji, according to the Premium Times. The plot thickens...
EFCC Raids Atiku's Sons' Apartment in Abuja
Premium Times, 10 December 2018
A building housing an apartment occupied by two sons of Atiku Abubakar was searched by anti-graft operatives in Abuja over the weekend, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt. Read more »
EFCC Speaks On Raid On Atiku's Sons' Apartment
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) confirmed on Monday that a building housing the apartment occupied by two sons of Atiku Abubakar was raided over the weekend,… Read more »
Presidency Speaks On Financial Crimes Unit Raid On Atiku Sons' Apartment Building
The Presidency on Monday defended the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), saying the anti-graft agency did not raid an apartment occupied by the two sons of Atiku… Read more »
Dirty tricks, lies, character assassination, and increasing Boko Haram attacks seems to be the order of the day as things start heating up for the general elections in 2019. Read more »
The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party Atiku Abubakar has unveiled his 2019 presidential campaign and released a policy document that contains what he describes ... Read more »
The presidential candidate of the People's Democratic Party in the 2019 general elections, Atiku Abubakar, says his commitment is to fix the ailing Nigerian economy. Atiku said ... Read more »
The government says there is no ulterior motive behind the search of the presidential candidate of the opposition People's Democratic Party Atiku Abubakar and his staff at the ... Read more »
2019 presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar, left, and President Muhammadu Buhari
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