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Court Orders DSS To Produce Ex-NSA Sambo Dasuki In Court On May 24th

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Justice Hussein Baba-Yusuf of an FCT High Court, Maitama has issued a manufacturing warrant to the Director General, Department of State Service (DSS) to supply former National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd), in courtroom to face his trial on May 24th.

Court Orders DSS To Produce Ex-NSA Sambo Dasuki In Court On May 24th

Dasuki, who was the NSA to ex -president Goodluck Jonathan, was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC ) since 2015.

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On trial with him are Aminu Baba-Kusa, a former NNPC Executive Director, and two firms-Acacia Holdings and Reliance Referral Hospital. They are arraigned on 32 counts of legal breach of belief, misappropriation and dishonest launch and receiving of varied sums of cash to the tune of N33.three billion.

Justice Baba-Yusuf ordered for a manufacturing warrant to be issued on the Director General of DSS to supply Dasuki in courtroom for his trial on the subsequent adjourned date.

Production warrant is issued when a defendant is within the custody of the state as is in Dasuki ‘s case. The choose additionally ordered the prosecution to liaise with the DSS to supply the defendant at any time when his matter comes up.

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‘Hence I’ll problem a manufacturing warrant to the DG, DSS to supply the defendant for his trial on the following adjourned date” he stated

He then adjourned the case until May 24th for trial. Earlier, the prosecuting counsel Mr Oluwaleke Atolegbe had expressed surprises when he came upon that Dasuki was not in courtroom. Atolegbe informed the courtroom that it was the responsibility of the DSS to supply the dependant who was of their custody.

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Dasuki ‘s counsel, Victor Okwudiri informed the courtroom that it was the responsibility of the prosecution to supply the defendant in courtroom and it’s their responsibility additionally to elucidate why his absence.

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