Police authorities have released and redeployed all the security officers involved in the fracas that resulted in the shooting incident at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
It was learnt that among those redeployed, but whose new posts were not known included security aides attached to the First Lady- her Aide-De-Camp, Usman Shugaba and Escort Commander.
Meanwhile, Special Assistant to the President, Sabiu Tunde Yusuf, has resumed in the Villa, shunning advice to self-isolate after his recent return from Lagos.
Sabiu, who is popularly known as Tunde, was sighted in the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Tuesday.
Recall that the First Lady, Aisha Buhari had approached Tunde to respect the COVID-19 guidelines, following his alleged refusal to go on self-isolation for 14 days.
The first lady’s and her children’s confrontation with Tunde was said to have escalated after the involvement of security personnel who shot into the air, breaching the security protocol in the State House, Abuja.
Following the incident, security aides attached to the president’s wife, including her Aide-De-Camp, Shugaba, and Escort Commander, were arrested.
Angered by the development, Mrs Buhari had called on the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, via her Twitter handle, to free her detained ADC and other police aides.
President Buhari, it was learnt, was not disturbed about the development since Tunde returned the same day he travelled to Lagos, a situation which may not require self-isolation.
The President has already ordered an investigation into the security breach at the State House, Abuja.
Presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, in a statement on Sunday, had said Buhari was not under any form of danger arising, either from deadly infections or the reported incident by security personnel currently under investigation.
The spokesman of the Nigeria Police Force, Frank Mba, when contacted by one of our reporters for a comment last night, neither answered phone calls nor replied a test message sent to him.