How President's Son, Yusuf Buhari Allegedly Acquired Power-bikes, DSS Officers Sacked Over Incident
Revelations have emerged online over how Yusuf Buhari secretly acquired the multi million naira BMW motorbike following the involvement of the president’s only son in a ghastly accident.
The controversies surrounding the ghastly accident of President Muhamamdu Buhari’s son, Yusuf Buhari, who crashed his BMW powerbike while racing in the federal capital territory (FCT), Abuja, few weeks ago, has reportedly led to the sacking of some DSS operatives. Details surrounding how the young man acquired the luxury motorcycle has also been revealed in a new report.

Here’s how DailyPost exclusively reported the story online;
“Following the involvement of President Muhammadu Buhari’s only son, Yusuf in a ghastly accident, during a power-bike racing on Tuesday, December 26,2017; facts have emerged on how Yusuf secretly acquired the multi million naira bikes.
“DAILY POST exclusively gathered from a reliable source at the presidency that the BMW power-bikes, with a whopping sum of $157, 000 each from Germany were acquired secretly by Yusuf around June, 2017 at the instance of his friend, Bashir Gwandu.
“Our source revealed that upon the purchase of the two power bikes, they were kept at Gwandu’s residence, located in Gwarinpa District, in the Bwari Local Government Area.
“Yusuf, whois attached with three operatives from the Department of State Service (DSS) reportedly struck a deal with his security details, who allowed him to always sneak out in the night for racing at Gwandu’s place.
“The operatives, against their pattern of operation and procedure of duty perpetually rolled out their daily reports without that aspect of Yusuf’s movement, the compromise that got President Buhari seriously infuriated.
“DAILY POST, however learnt that the three operatives have since been shown out of the service.

“A source at the yellow house, who confirmed the development said the affected operatives were first suspended indefinitely and later dismissed.”


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