Saraki’s wife ‘has no idea’ why she’s being invited by EFCC

Toyin Saraki, the wife of the senate president, has acknowledged the receipt of an invitation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

The former first lady of Kwara says she is ready to assist the commission in “any lawful enquiries” that they intend to make.

Saraki issued a statement on Wednesday through Akeem Olagoke, her private secretary, saying that although she received a letter from the EFCC, the reason for her invitation was not stated.

The statement said:

“Her Excellency, Mrs Toyin Saraki, Founder of Wellbeing Foundation Africa and wife of the Senate President has been informed by her office that a letter of invitation was delivered to her office, by and from the EFCC.

As Mrs Saraki has no idea what this invitation could pertain to, she has directed an immediate and formal response, to the EFCC, that she will be delighted to assist them with any lawful enquiries they may have, as a law abiding, transparent and accountable private citizen.

Mrs Saraki has thus confirmed an appointment date to honour this invitation, at the earliest mutually agreed convenience.”

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