Sambo Dasuki, national security adviser to Nigeria’s former president Goodluck Jonathan, may submit himself for questioning by the Economic And Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC next Monday. Sources claimed the anti-graft agency had invited Dasuki to appear before it on Friday, 20 September, but may not do so until next Monday. Dasuki has been in the eye of the stormy over alleged phony arms purchase contracts running into billions of naira while he was the country’s NSA. He has denied the claims and awaits the outcomes of his litigation against the occupation of his residence by security operatives. Dasuki, a colonel, was indicted by a special panel instituted by the Nigeria’s NSA Office to probe the said arms purchase. Media reports say some arms dealers, former defence and service chiefs would questioned over the matter.
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