Dasuki Denies Implicating Anyone In Arms Procurement Probe

A previous National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, has denied constantly making proclamation embroiling anybody or gathering in the assertion of questionable $2billion arms buy arrangement brought against him by the
central government.

There were reports Thursday that Mr. Dasuki, while being tested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, named some conspicuous Nigerians among the individuals who got colossal assets from his office while he was NSA.

Be that as it may, Mr. Dasuki, who talked through his legal counselor, Ahmed Raji, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, said he never put forth any involving expression or named anybody to EFCC and pondered ‎where the creators got their data from.

"I was with Dasuki yesterday and wish to put forth straight out expression that my customer never put forth any expression of such nature or named anyone or gathering in any announcement," PRNigeria cited Mr. Raji as saying.

"Cite me anyplace, Dasuki has not done anything like that. It is totally untrue. It is the illusion of the creative ability of the creators went for making lie for reasons best known not and Nigerians shou‎ld neglect them.

"They are simply out to outrage the man, bring his picture and character into offensiveness so that his companions and well wishers can flee from him. They need him betrayed and that will come up short."

In the interim the case between the Federal Government and Mr. Dasuki over charges of IRS evasion and unlawful arms ownership came up Thursday at the Federal High Court in Abuja.

Amid Thursday's procedures, the government designated a private legitimate expert, Oladipupo Okpeseyitan, SAN, to proceed with the indictment of Mr. Dasuki.

Mr. Okpeseyitan, in the wake of reporting his appearance, told the trial judge, Justice Adeniyi Ademola, that he had recorded a movement for stay of execution of the decision of the court which conceded Mr. Dasuki consent to look for restorative treatment.

He connected to the court to put the decision on hold pending the result of the offer in the matter.

Mr. Raji, in his answer, told the court that he had quite recently been served the movement in court, adding that he required time to react.

The case was then altered for December 8 for hear