The economic and financial crimes commission, efcc has released former senate president, bukola saraki after interrogation.
Spokesman for the former senate president, yusuph olaniyonu confirmed the release in a statement issued to newsmen.
A social media aide to saraki, bamikole omisore had earlier denied that saraki was in the efcc custody, claiming that the former senate president was attending a wedding.
However, in a subsequent statement, olaniyonu explained that indeed the former senate president visited the efcc office in abuja but was only to clarify certain issues, adding that he had since returned home.
The 2021 batch b, stream 1 corps members deployed to osun state have been advised to be watchful to signs of security threat which they could encounter in their places of primary assignment.
Representative of the state director of the department of state security, dss danjuma ibrahim gave the advise during a security awareness lecture at the national youth service corps, nysc permanent orientation camp, ede.
While enlightening the corps members on some measures to take to ensure their personal security, ibrahim noted that security represents the protection of life and property and the freedom from all tendencies that causes instability and unrest.
He pointed out that some possible causes of security threats could be political related issues, student unionism, kidnapping and arm robberies, therefore urging them to always be on look out of their immediate surroundings as well avoid night traveling.
Thousands of people have protested in paris and other french cities against a mandatory coronavirus health pass for entry to a wide array of public venues, introduced by the government as it battles a fourth wave of infections.
The protesters who rallied cities like marseille, lyon, montpelier, nantes and toulouse, chanting freedom and no to the health pass said the mandatory coronavirus health pass has become a threat to their summer break.
Reacting on his official twitter handle, france interior minister, gerald darmanin said 19 demonstrators have been arrested, including 10 in paris as they were said to have injured 3 police officers in paris.
Report revealed that it was the third weekend in a row that the people opposed president emmanuel macron’s new covid-19 measures while parliament approved a new law this week that will make vaccinations mandatory for health workers and extend the health pass requirement to bars restaurants, trains and hospitals.