Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has reportedly relocated from his personal residence in Maitama District in Abuja.
It is believed that Saraki made the decision to relocate from his home, to the official Guest House of the Office of the President of the Senate due to strategic and security reasons.
The relocation is strategic as it may deter the Nigerian Police from invading the Guest House to arrest Saraki, as it will be considered an assault on the Senate.
A source revealed to The Nation: “The President of the Senate has relocated from his personal house in Abuja. Saraki is now staying in the official Guest House of the President of the Senate which is like a sacred place like the hallowed chamber of the Senate.
“If the police and security agencies invade or storm the place, it will amount to a slap on the upper chamber. This can make the Senate to join issues with the Executive despite the fact that there is no immunity for any National Assembly leaders.
“He has also been consulting with his strategists on how to vacate the Bench warrant against him by the Code of Conduct Tribunal.”