Saraki reacts as APC calls for his probe over links to Hushpuppi
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Abubakar Bukola Saraki, previous Senate President, has portrayed as flippant and modest legislative issues on the requires his test, over supposed relationship with claimed fraudster, Hushpuppi who was as of late captured in the United Arab Emirates and removed to the United States.

It had detailed that the All Progressives Congress, APC, on Saturday, required the test of certain Peoples Democratic Party’s pioneers over their connections to captured Ramon Abbas prevalently known as Hushpuppi.

APC’s Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Yekini Nabena had said Atiku Abubakar, previous PDP’s Presidential competitor, Bukola Saraki; ex-Senate President and PDP National Leader, previous Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara; and ex-Kogi West Senator, Dino Melaye ought to be examined over their relationship with Hushpuppi.

Responding, Saraki in an announcement discharged by his media office on Saturday, prevented the charge from claiming his relationship with the digital wrongdoing suspect, Abbas.

As per him, he has no type of relationship with the said suspect and neither does he know him in any capacity.

“The statement credited to the APC, the ruling party in our country, is one of the ways by which our anti-graft agencies are weakened and why the fight against corruption in the country is often viewed with suspicion by the international community.

“This is because when these cyber-crime suspects were operating freely and openly displaying wealth, the APC saw nothing bad in their activities. Also, the party at that time did not deem it necessary to call on the anti-graft agencies to investigate their activities.

“Also, since the arrest of those cybercrime suspects and the subsequent damage to the image and the economy of Nigeria as well as the crisis it created for Nigerians engaged in lawful businesses across the world, the ruling party had been muted.

“The only time the APC deemed it necessary to make a statement was when it thought it should play dirty, cheap and irresponsible politics.

Saraki, along these lines, encouraged the APC administration to urge Yekini Nabena to stop from making and flowing such vindictive, evil and hostile cases.