Senator representing Bauchi Central district in the National Assembly, Isah Hamma Misau, has denied the allegation that he dragged the first lady into the dispute involving him and the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris.
Addressing the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Investigation of Various Allegations Levelled Against the Police, Senator Misau had earlier alleged that the IGP had purchased two SUVs for the First Lady, Aisha Buhari.
Naija News recalls that Aisha had on Thursday, promptly denied allegations made by Senator Misau.
Misau, however, has refuted that he was indicting Aisha, as he only called the call attention of the committee to “how IGP Idris is unethically dropping names by filing secret documents in court”.
The senator made the clarifications through his Twitter account
He tweeted: “For the avoidance of doubt, I did not make any allegations against the person of the highly revered wife of the President, Aisha Muhammadu Buhari.
“In addressing the committee, my comments referenced court documents filed in charge CR/345/17 against me at the Federal High Court by IGP Idris.
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“IGP Idris leaked correspondence with Muhammadu Buhari, Chief of Staff (COS), Director National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), ADC, Aisha Buhari and Chief Principal Staff Officer (CPSO) of the President to the public in documents filed at the Federal High Court.
“Shocked to find documents and minutes of the President and top government officials carelessly paraded in public by the IGP in clear breach of official secrecy.
“I query the motive behind such indiscretion given that the said documents have little or no bearing on the matter of malpractice.
“My submission to the committee was simply to call attention to how IGP Idris is unethically dropping names by filing secret documents in court.
“Again, I make it abundantly clear: IGP Idris submitted official documents mentioning names of respected personalities. Not me.
“I urge the press and public to be wary of any attempt to obfuscate the issues. Indeed, eternal vigilance is the price for freedom.”