No budget document was removed from Danjuma Goje’s residence – Police

by Azeez Adeniyi

The Nigeria Police Force has said its officers did not hijack the 2017 budget from the Abuja residence of Senator Danjuma Goje during a raid.

Goje on Wednesday during plenary had said the police took away the budget during a raid on his residence.

But the Police Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood while speaking on Sunrise Daily on Channels TV on Thursday said the police did not cite any budget.

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He said, “No Budget document was sighted or removed from Sen. Dajuma Goje’s House.

“What will an important document like the Budget be doing in Sen. Danjuma’s house.

“To allege the police to have stolen the Budget document is a disservice to the force.”

Moshood added that the search warrant exhibited in Goje’s house has nothing to do with the budget.

“The search warrant exhibited in Sen. Danjuma Goje’s house has nothing to do with 2017 Budget,” Moshood said.

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The police PRO also added that all 38 documents discovered during the search were registered at the back of the search warrant.

He said, “38 files were recovered by the police force which was dully registered at the back of the search warrant.

“Nigerians should know that what we did is inline with the law & they should disregard the publication.”

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