'Dasuki dashed me N50 million' - Abati tells EFCC | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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Mr. Reuben Abati, the former Special Adviser to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on Media, has been granted bail by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).


 Reports also indicated that he explained that Dasuki `dashed’ him N50 million. According to APA reports, the bail conditions require that Abati should drop his international passport with the EFCC and produce a surety, who should not be below a deputy director on Level 16 in the civil service of the country.

Abati was arrested last Monday on allegations that he received N100 million from the former National Security Adviser, rtd Col. Sambo Dasuki. The former presidential spokesman was the chairman of the editorial board of the Guardian newspaper before his appointment.

Dasuki has been held for the misappropriation of the $2.1 billion meant for the purchase of arms for the prosecution of the war against Boko Haram. Many people have been arrested in connection with the sharing of the money with some offering to refund part or all they got.

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  1. After, their hero will come and say no money was stolen.

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  2. After, their hero will come and say no money was stolen.

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  3. Uncle Jona don talk now say all these na mere stealing. Just 50M?

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  4. Jonathan the most dullest n confused president ever

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  5. APA Report indeed. Why is it that Nigerians have become so gullible and no longer use their sense. When did Abati say he was dashed N50m. I pity my people. APC and Buhari propaganda is really working hard to divert the attention of Nigerians from the real issues of misrule, hunger, and failure. What a shame.

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  6. As a bigg boy na him just dash you 50mill abi ?

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  7. Does this man mean that the N50 Million was DASHED him or what? I don't believe this story. How can? Just DASH. This is unexplainable.

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  8. And the 50m is from where bros? Even Dangote does not dash out 50m.

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  9. Let us see Abati's asset declaration. If he did not declare it he should be tried at CCT

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  10. That's a new lexicon in our corruption industry! D-A-S-H...!!! Hmmmm

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  11. Dash me! And the demons in Aso Rock did not prevent you from receiving the amount.

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  12. So Dasuki is now father Christmas or Santa Claus.50m as dash. Mr Abati pls fear God and repent of your sins. If am EFCC officer to interroe this man and he dares tell me Dash. I will slap lie from his mouth and chop off one of his finger for using such word. DASH you 50millionnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn naira. Say who you be????

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  13. I am just wondering how they will be tried here in Nigeria and in heaven or hell. Wherever they belong.
    This is too much.
    Dash. .keep
    As in free...for what
    Whose money.
    Yepa. ..E ma gbami ke.
    Jonathan said there is no way Fashion could misappropriate $2.1b.
    So what is the meaning of dash my people.
    Demon wey dey aso rock no dey suck blood name dollars demand dey spend.
    Na those demons go kill you abati.
    The witches go roast you chop for dinner.
    God dey oo

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  14. Isiaka did not see this new or his internet has stop working

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