Supreme Court adjourns Dasuki’s case to Jan 25

DSS finally produces Dasuki to testify in Metuh's trial

The Supreme Court in Thursday adjourned the hearing on the appeal filed by a former National Security Adviser (NSA) Colonel Sambo Dasuki (retd) to January 25, 2018.

Dasuki is challenging the Federal Government over his continued detention in spite of the fact that he has been granted bail by three different courts.

The ECOWAS court had also in October 2016, ordered for his immediately release from detention, an order the Nigerian government has so far refused to comply with.

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The former NSA who served under former President Goodluck Jonathan was dragged before the Federal Capital Territory High by the Federal government on two separate charges of alleged illegal diversion of about $2.1billion meant for arms purchase.

He is also being tried before the Federal High Court in Abuja on charges bordering on money laundering and alleged illegal possession of fire arms.

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  • Abeni Adebisi

    This case ought to have ended before now, what are they still dragging in court that the court is still adjourning.

    • Anita Kingsley

      They are witch hunting Dasuki because they have no case against him

  • Animashaun Ayodeji

    Dasuki should be set free, the federal government has no case against this man, why is Buhari stressing the h*ll out of his life and misusing his power?

  • Anita Kingsley

    Buhari is extremely wicked and .evil, he’ll never stop tormenting this man. God is watching you from above, keep being wicked.

  • seyi jelili

    They really drag dasuki case for thus far, the guy should be fred at this point in time to avoid sanction from ecowas court

    • yanju omotodun

      Ecowas can’t do us anything except for ICJ

  • yanju omotodun

    Buhari is taking his pound of flesh on dasuki


      Yes o