We Will Not Join Words With Dasuki – EFCC
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says it will not join words with the embattled National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki over allegations that the EFCC is subjecting him to media trial and as such he may not get fair hearing from the court.
The Spokesperson for the EFCC, Wilson Uwujaren, told Channels Television on Monday evening that Colonel Dasuki has been arraigned in court, so it would be baseless replying his allegations.
Dasuki, is his statement of witness, had said that clearly all funds which the EFCC has made reference to, amounting to 2.1 billion dollars, were approvals from the Office of the President to him as National Security Adviser (NSA).
He said that the 10 billion naira given to the PDP was for the national convention as ordered by the president and that he did not have any slush fund operated in his personal capacity as the NSA.
Col. Dasuki said that he is being vilified by the EFCC when he obviously acted on the instructions and approvals of the president.