Wife of the Senate president, Toyin Saraki says she will give her maximum cooperation to EFCC officials when she appears before the anti-graft agency on July 28th. Mrs Saraki has been invited by the EFCC to answer some questions regarding some funds found in some companies which she has interests in. A statement by her private secretary, Akeem Olagoke reads;
“Her Excellency, Mrs Toyin Saraki, Founder of Wellbeing Foundation Africa and wife of the Senate President has been informed by her office that a letter of invitation was delivered to her office, by and from the EFCC. She has directed an immediate and formal response, to the EFCC, that she will be delighted to assist them with any lawful inquiries they may have, as a law abiding, transparent and accountable private citizen.”.