Abdullahi is also the Finance Director of companies owned by the Wazirin Adamawa.
The release was confirmed on Tuesday morning on Twitter by Atiku Abubakar’s spokesperson, Segun Sowunmi.
He tweeted: “Atiku Abubakar’s son-in-law has been released. That is the way to go. Thank you is in order.”
EFCC had on Monday said it had begun an investigation of alleged money-laundering against Abdullahi.
Tony Orilade, the spokesperson of the EFCC, stated: “We are investigating a case of money laundering against Abdullahi. We shall speak at the appropriate time”.
Babalele Abdullahi Atiku Abubakar’s Son in-law has been released. That is the way to go. Thank you is in order.
— Spokesman Atiku (@SpokesManAtiku) March 4, 2019