The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has granted wife of Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, Toyin, administrative bail after she was invited for a chat with the Commission for two days over allegation of corruption.
Toyin, who defied the early morning rain on Wednesday to continue with the chat she earlier on Tuesday had with the EFCC investigators, was later granted administrative bail after about five hours.
Sources at the EFCC tell THISDAY that Mrs. Saraki was invited by the Commission over large inflow of money into her private company during her husband’s tenure as Kwara state governor,
EFCC’s spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, who confirmed the bail to our reporter, explained that the administrative bail granted to the woman has not exonerated her from the offence she was accused of.
Uwujaren said Mrs. Saraki could be invited at any time necessary for further chat.
More details to follow…