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Buhari orders DSS withdrawal from Sambo Dasuki’s home as South A. returns seized cash

After over 24 hours of ransacking, the Federal Government has requested the withdrawal of the State Security Service (SSS) work force from the Abuja home of the immediate past National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd).

Ooduarere assembled that this was however effected strictly when they grabbed his International Passports and other crucial records. Despite the fact that there is no more restriction of his movement, Dasuki still feel distressed that he was denied of performing his religious commitment of going to the Eid Prayers, making the end of Ramadan Fasting.

Dasuki has pledged to challenge the activity by looking for legitimate redress so as to enforce his principal human rights.

In the mean time, it has been assembled that legal and discretionary procedures started by the previous National Security Adviser have guaranteed that money seized by the South African government amid the money for arms adventure a year ago have been completely recouped by Nigeria.

It would be reviewed that President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration was compelled to fall back on the alternative market sector to acquire arms when western forces obstructed every access to the formal arms market however the money were seized both at the air terminal and in the bank.

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  1. Omo Naija To badt

    Dasuki should be resting in jail joo. Patriot waiting? Some crook PDPigs will be out shouting foul play oh. Watch

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