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Friday, 6 November 2015

I Was Never Invited By Panel On Arms Purchase – Dasuki

The previous National Security Adviser (NSA) Colonel Sambo Dasuki, has denied always getting any welcome letter to show up before a board set up by the present organization to research obtainment procedures identifying with any arms exchange by the last organization, under which he served.Colonel Dasuki told an online production, Premium Times that the DSS is resolved to re-capture him with no court warrant or crisp charges.

He said that his present travails began on Tuesday after Justice Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court requested his travel permit came back to him to empower him travel to another country for restorative treatment.

He included that he got "insight" that a request was given to the agents to impact his capture at the airplane terminal.

Therefore, he neglected to leave on Wednesday as organized.

The Department of State Security, DSS, had prior exposed the case that its agents attacked the home of the previous National Security Adviser in rebellion of a court request allowing him authorization to travel abroad for restorative treatment.

The DSS in an announcement, clarified that the activity by its officers is brought on by the refusal of Mr. Dasuki to respect a welcome by a board of trustees exploring his asserted contribution in the 2 billion dollars arms obtainment process by the past organization.

The home of Colonel Sambo Dasuki in the country's capital, Abuja was encompassed by men of the DSS on Thursday and the previous NSA has blamed the SSS and the overseeing All Progressives Congress (APC) of misuse of force.

The Colonel Dasuki was accused to court of illicit ownership of arms taking after an attack to his Abuja home and resulting capture in July. The charge against him was later extended to incorporate government evasion.

Be that as it may, a Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday conceded Mr Dasuki consent to travel abroad for restorative consideration pending the initiation of his trial on the November 26 and 27.

Administering on the application documented by Mr Dasuki, Justice Adeniyi Ademola conceded the previous National Security Adviser a time of three weeks inside which to deal with his wellbeing abroa


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