Nigerian Politician, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki visited the church with his gorgeous wife and fashion goddess Toyin Saraki in celebration of the birthday of his long-time aide.
Bukola’s longtime aide and Chief Security Officer, Mr Akin Akinboboye clocked 60. Bukola together with his wife joined the family and friends of his long-time aide to mark the 60th birthday celebration.
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A Thanksgiving service for Mr Akin took place at the First Baptist Church, Garki Abuja.
Earlier today, it was an absolute pleasure to join the family and friends of my longtime aide and Chief Security Officer, Mr Akin Akinboboye, at First Baptist Church, Garki, Abuja, for a Thanksgiving Service to celebrate his 60th birthday.
As he celebrates this milestone birthday, my family and I join his friends and well-wishers to celebrate his life, pray for his good health, and thank him for his exemplary service and commitment in the line of duty. Happy Birthday Akin!
In recent developments, Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki disclosed that the embattled acting Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)’s chairman, Ibrahim Magu, played the issue of his non-confirmation by the Senate very personally against him.
Saraki revealed that the purpose of the EFCC was to tarnish his reputation and that of his family.
Saraki said, “The records of the Senate during the period are there for the perusal of all Nigerians interested in the truth,”
“I am particularly happy that the court specifically ruled that there was no evidence that the property was built with any illicit or stolen funds from Kwara State Government or any other institution or quarter, whatsoever.”
“I have endured and defeated one false allegation and malicious litigation after another, in an ill-motivated persecution, intimidation and harassment, through which some vested interests sought to damage my name and label me with charges of corruption but with the grace of Allah, I have always been victorious.”
“I thank God for the outcome of this case which is the fifth victory in cases in which the EFCC was either the main investigating agency or the plaintiff,” he added.