IGP Adamu Shuns Aisha Buhari, Refuses To Release Her Aides 1

IGP Adamu Shuns Aisha Buhari, Refuses To Release Her Aides

IGP Adamu Shuns Aisha Buhari, Refuses To Release Her Aides

IGP Adamu Shuns Aisha Buhari, Refuses To Release Her Aides
IGP Adamu Shuns Aisha Buhari, Refuses To Release Her Aides

The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ignored the demand by the wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, to release her aides who are in custody.

This is just as children of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) have declared war on the Private Secretary to the President, Yusuf Sabiu, aka Tunde, who is a nephew to the President

A family member told Sunday PUNCH that as of 4pm on Saturday, the aides were still in police custody.

He said,

‘’Tunde met the NNPC GMD, Maikanti Baru, who recently died of COVID-19. He also visited several other places. Instead of going on self isolation, he decided to return to the Villa and he is one of the few aides that has direct access to the President.

“The President is almost 80 and he is very vulnerable given his medical history. We advised Tunde not to see the President but he refused and forced his way into the Villa. He was able to get the First Lady’s aides arrested because of the influence he wields.

“We have a rule in the Villa that those who have direct access to the President should reduce their engagement with people. Even the new Chief of Staff, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, has been adhering to the rule but Tunde seems to be a law unto himself.”

When asked whether the First Lady’s aides had been released, the President’s relative said, “As I speak to you, they have remained in custody, exposing them to possible infection of COVID-19.”

Meanwhile, it was learnt that the President’s wife and children had declared a war on Tunde, who some claimed was beginning to wield as much influence as the President’s late Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari.

Tunde, who was nicknamed after Buhari’s late ally, Gen. Tunde Idiagbon, is the son of Mamman Daura’s sister.

It was learnt that with the battle line drawn, there was expected to be more crisis in the Villa.

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