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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Nigerian Governor's Son Caught With Drugs In Malaysia


These are not the best of times for the
family of Governor Al Makura as of the
sons of the 1st Lady of Nasarawa State,
is said to have been arrested and
detained in a Malaysia prison for
possession of hard drugs and gun
running.

We gathered from sources
that he was picked up by the Malaysian
no-nonsense security personnel
following a tip off.

Information recently made available to
247ureports.com through sources
conversant with the goings on in the
government house of Nasarawa State,
reveal that the son, identified as Kali
Umar, who is the son of the first Lady,
Hajiya Salamatu Al Makura – used to be a
student at the Nasarawa State University
in Keffi where he majored in Social
Sciences. During his second year at the
Nasarawa State University, Keffi, his
father, the governor of Nasarawa State,
sought admission for him at a school in
Malaysia – and flew Kali Umar to
Malaysia to further his studies.

The governor’s son was reported to
have been arrested in the last week of
June 2012 – resulting in his father
cutting short a USA official trip to branch
to Malaysia to attend to the case. It is
uncertain to what extent the father was
able to dilute the case but credible
sources indicate the son is still be held in
detention in Malaysia.

In talking with the Special Assistant on
Public Affairs to the governor,
Abdulhamid Kwara, on Friday July 6,
2012, he declined to comment – stating
that “the matter was family affair”.

Other members of the Al Makura
administration contact remained tight
lipped on the matter. The Governor's
Chief Press Secretary pleaded to be left
out of the matter.

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