We Found Bullet Proof Cars, Destructive Weapons in Dansuki’s Houses- DSS

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Nigeria’s Department of State Services (DSS) has stated that
it found five bullet proof cars and destructive weapons in the houses of former
National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki, in Abuja and Sokoto following a
simultaneous search.
Dasuki who has been accused of having plans to commit
treasonable felony against the Nigerian state prevented DSS operatives from
carrying out their duty even after he was presented with a search warrant.
“Twelve exotic vehicles were retrieved from Dasuki’s
residence having failed to produce evidence of ownership. For instance, what
could he be doing with five bullet proof cars as a retired NSA? These cars,
which from all available evidence, were purchased with tax payers’ money were
being kept for possible sinister enterprise,” a statement signed by an official
of the DSS, Tony Opuiyo read. Continue…

“What could a former NSA be doing with destructive weapons
and bullet proof cars which put together could disrupt the peace of any city in
Nigeria for a while?” he quizzed.
In the statement by DSS titled: “Preventing attempts to
commit treasonable felony: the search on the residence (s) of Mohammed Sambo
Dasuki (Col rtd), immediate past National Security Adviser” it said:
“On 16th July, 2015, about 1650 hours, based on credible
intelligence linking the immediate past NSA, Mohammed Sambo Dasuki (Col Rtd)
with alleged plans to commit treasonable felony against the Nigerian State,
operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) conducted a search on the
properties belonging to the former NSA, Mohammed Sambo Dasuki (Col Rtd). The
properties are on Nos. 13, John Khadya Street, Nos. 46, Nelson Mandela Street,
both at Asokoro, Abuja, and Nos. 3 Sabon Birni Road, Gwiwa Area, Sokoto, Sokoto
State.
“The search operations were planned to be simultaneously
conducted, but Dasuki refused the operatives entry into his main residence
located at No. 13 John Khadya Street, Asokoro, despite being presented with a
genuine and duly signed search warrant. Consequently, what was to last not more
than two hours, lasted more than 10 hours, up till the early hours of July 17.
“If not for the sense of maturity and professionalism of the
officers and men assigned this task and the very good understanding and timely
intervention of the new Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai (Maj Gen), there
would have been a clash between the Army operatives guarding the house and
service operatives, as Dasuki directed the soldiers on duty not to allow any
movement into his house, despite the subsisting court order”.
“He retired from the Army as a colonel, and therefore, not
entitled to have military guards, if not for the fact that he was NSA. Even as
NSA, such guards should have been withdrawn after his removal as NSA since he
would not have been entitled.
“Twelve exotic vehicles were retrieved from Dasuki’s
residence having failed to produce evidence of ownership. For instance, what
could he be doing with five bullet proof cars as a retired NSA? These cars,
which from all available evidence, were purchased with tax payers’ money were
being kept for possible sinister enterprise.”
“What could a former NSA be doing with destructive weapons
and bullet proof cars which put together could disrupt the peace of any city in
Nigeria for a while?
On the search of his three properties, including the Sokoto
residence, the DSS is aware that in his capacity and given his antecedents, he
might decide to use any of his residences for such diabolical plans, rather
than his main residence.

Source: Pm News

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