‘Buhari no longer comfortable with Dasuki’s detention’ | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

After being detained for close to a year, there were indications last night that, President Muhammadu Buhari, is no longer comfortable with the continued detention of the former National Security Adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan, Col. Sambo Dasuki.

A top aide of Buhari, who dropped the hint in Abuja, said that Buhari had already given instructions to the relevant organs handling Dasuki’s corruption case to take steps to recover the huge cash allegedly mismanaged by him and thereafter free him. “I can tell you that the President is not comfortable with the continued detention of Dasuki despite the offences he allegedly committed against Nigeria and its people,” the aide said.

“The only condition Mr. President has asked Dasuki to fulfil is to refund the huge sum of public funds which were allegedly diverted under his watch as the NSA.

“And I want to tell you that we have the approval of Mr. President to release him (Dasuki) from detention as soon as he brings the money,” the official said.

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  1. Where will he get the money and from who? Keeping him is a breech of law! Prosecute him if there is a case otherwise let him go.

  2. Judge jury and executioner. One man.

  3. Please release him oh! Warming up to approach the ATM, hoping our Ecowas Friends have not emptied the ATM Vault

  4. Remember Fela Anikulapo Kuti's VIP

  5. am not supporting for his release, bcos people didnt' know what this man cause for not utilizing the money that jonathan gave him to tackle Boko haram but for his personal benefit he cornered the money unknown to even the jonathan himself shared to those claimed themselves to be National Elders and later those boys killed our gallant soldiers and chased us out from communities. I prefer he shul remain forever with hard labour and caning every day.


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