Territory High Court in Abuja. Photo: Olatunji Obasa The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Monday summoned the quick past National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, and two others on 19 numbers of misappropriation of assets implied for buy of arms before a Federal Capital Territory High Court in Maitama, Abuja.
Those summoned alongside Dasuki are a previous Director of Finance and Administration in the Office of the NSA, Shuaibu Salisu, and Aminu Baba-Kusa.Aminue-Kausa’s two firms – Acacia Holdings Ltd and Reliance Referral Hospital Limited – were additionally a portion of the charged.
They argued not blameworthy to all the 19 checks including misappropriation of about N32bn when the charges were perused to them before Justice Yusuf Baba on Monday.
Baba-Kusa argued not blameworthy for himself and his two firms.
Dasuki was spoken to by his attorney, Mr. Ahmed Raji (SAN), who is likewise safeguarding him as for charges of government evasion and unlawful ownership of guns organized against him under the watchful eye of the Federal High Court in Abuja.
While Salisu was spoken to by Mr. A.U Mustapha, Baba-Kusa was spoken to by Ms Umahani Ali.
The judge dismissed till 12pm on Tuesday for the becoming aware of their safeguard applications.
He didn’t make any express request about where to remand them after their arraignment, yet the denounced persons were all the while being encompassed by EFCC agents who delivered them in court early Monday morning, after the procedures finished.
There is additionally another arrangement of charges including Dasuki, Salisu, a previous Minister of State for Finance, Bashir Yuguda; a previous Director of Finance and Administration in the Office of the NSA, Shuaibu Salisu; a previous Governor of Sokoto State, Attahiru Bafarawa; his child Sagir Attahiru, and their firm Dalhatu Investment.
The arraignment of the blamed in the set for charges is to happen before Justice P.O Affe of the same FCT High Court in Maitama, not long from now.
The second arrangement of charge include 22 numbers of misappropriation of about N13.651bn implied for the buy of arms for battling Boko Haram in the North East.
The charged were said to have misused the aggregate of N13.651bn between August 2013 and May
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