Drama As Sambo Dasuki’s Wife Breaks Down Crying As DSS Re-Arrests Husband

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December 31, 2015 – Drama As Sambo Dasuki’s Wife Breaks Down Crying As DSS Re-Arrests Husband, Pleads To Nigerians To Come To Her Aid

The wife of ex-NSA on Tuesday caused a scene at the headquarters of DSS in Abuja when she begged top officials of the agency to not allow her hubby to die in their custody.

Mr Dasuki and other family members of Dasuki had waited waited patiently for Dasuki to meet the last peg of his bail conditions, a surety with about N250million property.

But immediately Dasuki was released at the prison, he was re-arrested by the DSS.

After several hours of trying to locate her husband, she returned to the DSS office and demanded for him or in the alternative, she should be locked up with him.

She reportedly said:

“Nigerians should help me beg the Federal Government, the DSS and other agencies to release my husband who did his best to serve this nation. He is ill, he needs medical attention, he is not pretending. I implore the DSS not to allow him to die in custody.

“I saw my husband and I felt dejected. He is not just well. Nigerians should assist him to get a reprieve. We(myself, the children and relations) are all destabilised. We don’t know what is happening because three courts have granted him bail. Why are they after him? Let those concerned respect the court by releasing my husband.

“There is no way my husband will run away from the country under any guise. They should please follow the rule of law and uphold his right to bail.”

15 thoughts on “Drama As Sambo Dasuki’s Wife Breaks Down Crying As DSS Re-Arrests Husband

  1. When you and your husband where eating the money meant for the country we were never invited. Shouting PDP share the money. So face your ordeal alone because many people are suffering in Nigerian because of the heartless leaders we have. The Wrath of God will come upon you all.

  2. Mrs Dasuki or whatever you call yourself…..we don’t care if your husband die in jail or not,cos many Nigerians have died in sambisa forest and the whereabouts of the chibok girls is still unknown….So if your husband unfortunately dies in custody I am not pained…You and your relatives all enjoyed the loot meant for arm purchase, you did not call on Nigerians to come and feast… Pls be careful or i will make sure you are in lock and chains next time you raise your voice…..Seek Caution plsss

  3. Shameless Mrs Dasuki,
    Gone are the days when Nigerians were FOOLS.
    It is nemesis that has caught-up with your husband.
    Do you know how many people, both civilians and soldiers, that lost their lives as a result of your husband atrocities? Or are you saying your husband’s life is more precious that theirs???
    If I may ask, did you caution your husband when those soldiers who refused to fight Boko-Haram as a result of lack of armunitions were sentenced to death?
    This will serve as a lesson to others like you out there!!!

  4. This is an epitome of man inhumanity to man. This woman and the husband watched innocent people sentenced to death due to atrosity they commited. Justice will ony be served when your husband is sentenced to jail or death as well. Your husband watched Solders go to war without weapon, he used the money meant for weapon to do Father Christmas for his fellow thieves. He will surely rot in jail.

  5. Kai madam stop disturbing Nigerians, your husband was a disgrace to the office he held and squandered the resouces allocated to it, did Nigerians took part in sharing the loot that you wouldn’t allow us hear word make he die there he pass those who die fighting BH or those victims of BH?

  6. Apart from the charges brought against this individual in which 250 million bond was posted, I never knew this guy has other outstanding charges he is facing. No doubt that the action of this guy has caused havoc and negatively impacted the lives of innocent Nigerians. What we human beings refer to as sin is not really a sin but like action perpetrated by people like Dasuki. Well, he has been co-operating with Government and helping the prosecutors to fish out other rogues who have connived to milk Nigeriia dry. In some part of first world countries, helping government in its investigation will give someone like Dasuki a break for his punishment after court verdict instead of serving 25years in federal penitentiary, he may end up serving only 8 to 10 years for being cooperative and accessory as prosecution witness.

  7. Mr dapo you dont have to be rude to express your feelings. Am so sure if dasuki was ur inlaw you will spend the money with him. We all know what dasuki and co did to this country was bad. But mind the way you talk you not a saint too and you not the only person that can talk. Fool.

  8. Adeshina…we still don’t care about Dasuki…he don’t even deserve to live for looting money and sending soldiers to war that later ended up been sentenced to death cos of their actions of mass looting… And the rascal Jonathan is in hiding quiet.. I pray that goon also rot in jail for mortgaging Nigerians.

  9. Mrs.Dasuki why are you crying? I wish she could read all comments on this naija gist, well chop alone die alone. did you ever ask your husband how he acquired all this beautiful house, cars life style you were enjoying with him,or rather ask him how much his salary was to afford such life style?

    abeg madam just go home and take care of your children or rather look for one handsome Bobo wey go dey take care of you. monet plenty

  10. The report states, “After several hours of trying to locate her husband, she returned to the DSS office and demanded for him or in the alternative, she should be locked up with him.” Hmmmm Mrs. Dasuki, unfortunately, the law does not operate as per your wishful thinking. In other words, that is a shattered dream. In addition, you implored “Nigerians to help you beg the Federal government, the DSS and other agencies to release your husband who did his best to serve this nation.” Akiika!!! This is a serious matter as a result, Nigerians will carefully respond to your request, We are imploring you to please talk to your husband, (ko tee ninu daada)to confess and return the stolen money because the whole World is in awareness of the economy status of our beloved Country. Hence, this is not a matter of playing blame-game whereby one is privy to points accusing finger on others. Peradventure, Nigerians may consider your pleadings upon doing your part successfully. Besides, your concerns cannot be accurately verified because nobody know whether or not your husband did a good job during his tenure. Nevertheless, is stealing part of doing good job if may ask your majest? Moreover, if your husband is desperately in need of medical attention, the DSS will gladly provide him with adequate medical treatments that will not require intervention of any members of the family. Therefore, your claim is unsubstantiated and of course, irrelevant to the issue at hand.
    Further, you said that, “I saw my husband and I felt dejected. He is not just well. Nigerians should assist him to get a reprieve. We (myself, the children and relations) are all destabilized.” Oookay, Did you or your husband or any member of the family thoughtfully reflect on the consequences that may ensues if caught by long arm of the law? You are required by the rule, which governs civic duty to know that, (ti e ba fa gburu, gburu a fa gbo), I.e. whatever you do in the dark would be exposed no matter how long it takes. Again, “There is no way my husband will run away from the country under any guise.” E be like say you don receive training from the Nollywood, else, you should know that such story will be far short from selling points before Naija people. (Oni ye-ye ara e). End of ‘tory, lobatan, shikena.

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