Suspected Armed Men Invaded Residences Of Senior Aides To President Muhammadu Buhari

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Olusola Bello

Burglars at the early hours of Monday made an attempt to break into the official residence of the Chief of Staff to the President, Professor Ibrahim around the presidential villa, Abuja.
It was gathered that the men of the underworld attempted to break into the house at about 3am on but were apparently unsuccessful.

The Chief of Staff, Prof. Gambari confirmed the incident to journalists covering the Presidential Villa made enquiries. But the Chief of Staff, through the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said that there was nothing to worry about

The presidential aide was however silent on whether any arrest was made given the level of tight security network around the residence.

Shehu in a text message according to Vanguard,said, : “The Chief of Staff, Professor Ibrahim Gambari has confirmed that there ‘was a foolish attempt’ to burgle his residence at 3:00am this morning but it turned out to be unsuccessful.

“Professor Gambari, whose house is on a street next to the Villa has assured that there is nothing to worry about from the incident.

” Recall that an online newspaper, The Gazette, had exclusively reported that armed men suspected to be robbers had raided Gambari’s residence.

The report claimed that the robbers also raided the residence of the CoS’ Admin Officer. It said, “Armed men suspected to be robbers invaded the residences of two senior aides to President Muhammadu Buhari inside the precinct of the Presidential Villa, administration officials and security sources have told Peoples Gazette, raising fears that the rising insecurity across the country was drawing closer to the elite than previously estimated

The incident on May 9,(Sunday) prompted Ibrahim Gambari and Abubakar Maikano, the chief of staff and admin officer, respectively, to abandon their residences, sources said.

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