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Ex-NSA Dasuki Confession Statement Exposes How PDP Leaders Embezzled N337 Billion In 8 Years

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December 4, 2015 – Ex-NSA Dasuki Confession Statement Exposes How PDP Leaders Stole N337 Billion From Nigeria Treasury In 8 Years & Under President Goodluck Jonathan Administration

An interim report indicates that about $2billion may have been disbursed for inexplicable reasons.

Dasuki was arrested on Tuesday by the Department of State Services (DSS). He was transferred to the EFCC.

An EFCC source said:

“When Dasuki was brought in, he initially refused to write any statement, alleging that he had been subjected to media trial.

“I think the ex-NSA decided not to open up based on the advice of his lawyers that he should leave everything for the open court.

“The EFCC operatives, however, obliged Dasuki a copy of the statement by a former Director of Finance in the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA), Shaibu Salisu in which the latter made some implicating statements.

“Dasuki, who was shocked by Salisu’s confessions, repeatedly asked: ‘You mean Salisu wrote all these! You mean he said these! Give me a pen and paper’.

“Thereafter, Dasuki decided to open a can of worms. He gave a long list of PDP chieftains who collected money from the Office of the NSA.

“He mentioned the names of a former Deputy National Chairman of PDP, ex-governors and ex-ministers and many others.

“As I am talking to you, Dasuki is still writing his statement. The disclosures of the ex-Director of Finance in ONSA have assisted greatly in getting to the bottom of the armsgate.

“So, the investigation is still on. We will certainly arrest more suspects soon.”

There were indications that the anti-graft commission may extend its probe to the seizure of $9million cash by South Africa and quiz all those involved in the botched deal.

An Israeli suspect implicated in the deal is said to have bolted after throwing a lavish party at his Wuse residence.

Former Sokoto State Governor Attahiru Bafarawa, AIT Chairman Raymond Dokpesi and former Minister Bashir Yuguda were yesterday battling for bail.

It was learnt that the EFCC was planning to arraign some of the suspects in court to enable the agency keep the more than 22 suspects being interrogated in custody.

The EFCC is said to be mindful of a situation in which the high-profile suspects will rush to court to seek the enforcement of their fundamental rights and truncate the investigation.

A source, who pleaded not to be named, said many suspects had admitted collecting huge sums of money from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) when Dasuki was in charge.

Said the source:

“Our investigators have isolated these areas of probe: Were the funds budgeted for? If not, what informed extra-budgetary expenses? How much was actually voted for arms procurement? How were the funds sourced? Who or which agency awarded all the contracts? Who were the contractors? Was there any evidence of delivery of equipment? What will make any Minister to run to ONSA for funds?

“These are the areas our detectives have been mandated to look at.”

On other suspects, the source explained that some of the diverted funds had been traced to a bureau de change owned by a former member of the staff of the ONSA.

“Some Bureau de Change operators were accomplices of many of these suspects in custody. We are tracking every transaction.

“On daily basis, we will keep on inviting more suspects because the syndicate has a complex networking,” the source added.

As at press time last night, Bafarawa, Dokpesi and Yuguda were still battling for bail.

A source said: “We have not released any of them because they are clearing some grey areas.”

Another source in EFCC said the agency would extend its probe to the seizure of the $9.34m cash smuggled into South Africa.

The cash was confiscated by the South Africa from an Israeli arms dealer of Cyprus-based ESD International, who acted on behalf of the Federal Government to procure arms for Nigeria.

Part of the cash was for six “civilian” helicopters from a South African company, Tier One.

The National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa recently received a court permission to return the cash to Nigeria.

[Source: The Nation]

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  1. Henkel

    December 5, 2015 at 3:32 AM

    Arrest all the suspects. If you leave any of these suspects, it will be used against you tomorrow. Is the icpc still sleeping?

  2. Danti

    December 5, 2015 at 3:55 AM


  3. Yu Yu

    December 5, 2015 at 7:55 AM

    ok question is how many years are they all getting in jail?and when ? Greedy ass people,none of this people should go free

  4. Omokehinde

    December 5, 2015 at 8:57 PM

    This is so shameful, unpatriotic and unbelievable that defense budget meant to defeat evil in the North was embezzled by northerners with the instructions and help of criminal Badluck Jonathan. The Nothern elites laid the foundation of Boko Haram in 1999-2000 with their sharia law imposition in Northern states because of intolerance of some selfish and powerful northern people. In the end, the sharia law was used to cut off the hands of some powerless, voiceless, and very poor northerners. While the rich and corrupt politicians still continue their looting, oppression, and political sharia. The result is now Boko Haram insurgency that have killed thousands of innocent people mostly fellow Muslims in the North. The Igbos are tending toward self destruction because of their pure hatred and intolerance of democratically elected president who happens to come from the north. If this tribalism, intolerance, and pure hatred in form of Biafra agitation is not dealt with by Igbos leaders,business men, Igbo governors and religious leaders, this hatred will grew up to hurt the Southeast region far worse than the effect of Boko Haram in the north. If those Igbo youths are hijacked for political Biafra, and they are provided with guns and ammunition, the Igbo land will be paralyze politically, economically and socially. Anyone who is found to be involved in this defense budget should be prosecuted, they should refund the money, and finally jail for misappropriation of funds and distorting National Security. The Igbos should not misjudge and miscalculate like the North who created those monsters hurting and killing their people. Mark my word, Biafra agitators will only destroy their people and Igbo land if they are not denounced and stop now before it become too late. The seeds of this unnecessary and stupid agitation by brainwashed and jobless Igbo youths are hatred, tribalism, sentiments and violence, and it will be better for good Ndigbo to uproot those seeds now before they germinate and grow to terror, mass killing of fellow Igbos, economic hardship and social unrest. Here I rest my case.

    • Dan

      December 10, 2015 at 4:48 PM

      @Omokehinde Dasuki’s issue has nothing to do with Bifrans agitation you are so *****that you failed to re search on United Nations Right of indigenous people, you are so ***** that you fail to understand that there was a country before Nigeria ,Sudan had it Eritrea had it Singapore had it, list are endless,you are just there with your***** commenting anyhow as you are comparing Biafra and Boko haram, I think most of your people are always panicked whenever Biafra is mentioned, I must warn you that Biafra must come because that ***** called Nigeria has expired. Please make your research before comment.

  5. Jacob Flow

    December 6, 2015 at 1:02 AM

    Kill them all. Why taking them to court for the KANGAROO JUDGES to prosecute..

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