DSS Moves Dasuki To EFCC

Former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd)
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The Department of State Services (DSS) has reportedly moved the immediate past national security adviser (NSA), Sambo Dasuki, to the headquarters of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Dasuki was picked up by the operatives of DSS yesterday after laying siege to his residence for about a month and restricting his movement.
According to a security source, Dasuki was moved out of the DSS custody at about 2pm in an unmarked car with tinted glasses in the company of two other cars.
“Dasuki, I was made to believe, made a statement to the DSS today (Thursday) where he claimed ignorance of the alleged $2.2 billion arms deal. He was said to have expressed his reservation concerning the way he is being treated and said he is ready to defend himself in court,” disclosed the source.
Speaking further, the source said the EFCC interrogated the former NSA with a view to possibly arraign him in court tomorrow.
“You are aware that some of his former staff and political associates like Attahiru Bafarawa and Bashir Yuguda, including the AIT proprietor, Raymond Dokpesi, are already with the EFCC. They may be arraigned in court tomorrow (today), but whether before the same Federal High Court or another court is what we don’t know for now”, he added.
It was gathered that the EFCC operatives started quizzing the ex-NSA at about 4.45pm.

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