I was forced to endure mass invasion of my privacy – Toyin Saraki

Toyin Saraki, wife of Senate President Bukola Saraki, has asked Force spokesman, Jimoh Moshood, to leave her out of the “disagreement” between the police and her husband.
She said this in a series of tweets on Wednesday while reacting to an interview Moshood granted Channels Television.
Asked to respond to the siege laid to Saraki’s residence on Tuesday, the Force spokesman had said the vehicles which blocked the road could possibly be “protection provided to the wife of the Senate President”.
Moshood had said the blockade was not by security personnel from the force, adding that the personnel seen in the footage that went viral are those attached to the convoy of the Saraki and his residence.
But Saraki’s wife said there was no way the cars could be for her protection because they bore a resemblance to the ones Aliko Dangote, President of Dangote Group, donated to the police force.
She tweeted: “Dear @Channelstv @Sunrisedaily now, I am flabbergasted by @PoliceNG Jimoh Moshood on TV attempting to claim that those white vehicles that blockaded the road outside our Abuja residence could possibly be a protection provided to the wife of the Senate President.
“Firstly, I have never received any vehicle from @PoliceNG. Secondly, I believe these vehicles bear a striking resemblance to cars donated by my dear brother @Aliko Dangote. I hope DSP Jimoh Moshood can leave me out of this unseemly contretemps. Thank you!
“It was bad enough that I was forced to endure a mass invasion of my privacy, with the mis-identification of a guest at a private family occasion, falsely, as one of the @PoliceNG Offa bank robbery suspects. The police did nothing to correct this widely circulated falsehood”, she tweeted.

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