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Dasuki Pockets $2bn from arms procurement.

The order was likewise extended to a few other people who were discovered chargeable in the saga. The development took place after the arrival of the interim report by the presidential council exploring arms acquirement. The president had on August 31 set up the 13 man board to review the procurement of arms and equipment in the Armed Forces and Defense division from 2007 to date.

An announcement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, expressed that Dasuki consumed $2,193,815,000.83 on arms, a figure he said did exclude grants received by the police and the Department of State Services, DSS, from state governments.

The announcement read thus: “As part of the discoveries, the advisory group has dissected mediations from a few associations that gave funds to the Office of the National Security Adviser, Defense Headquarters, Army Headquarters, Naval Headquarters, and Nigerian Air Force Headquarters, both in local and foreign standards.

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