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EFCC not in charge of Dasuki confinement – Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has said that the detainment of previous National
Security Adviser Colonel Sambo Dasuki was not at the case of the
Economic and Financial Crimes

The Supreme Court has said that the detainment of previous National Security Adviser Colonel Sambo Dasuki was not at the case of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) that put him on trial. Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd.): Former NSA The Apex Court held that the safeguards allowed Dasuki in regard of criminal allegations brought against him by EFCC have been obeyed having being executed by the Controller of Prison Kuje on December 29, 2015. 

In a judgment in an interest recorded by Dasuki to challenge his proceeded with confinement and appealing to God for suspension of his trial pending the time the safeguard orders were obeyed by government, Justice Ajembi Eko said that the EFCC can’t be considered in charge of the proceeded with detainment of the Ex-NSA since the detainment was done by the Department State Service (DSS). Equity Eko in the consistent judgment, along these lines said that since the safeguard arrange was actualized by the Prison Controller it has been obeyed similarly as the charges against him at the FCT High Court was concerned.

 The Apex Court said that from the cases and counter-cases of Dasuki and EFCC, unmistakably he Dasuki was rearrested at the premises of the Kuje Prison on December 29, 2015 by DSS. The Supreme Court in this manner certified the choice of the Court of Appeal and the FCT High Court which had in their different choices considered that EFCC can’t be considered in charge of the confinement of Dasuki by DSS. Equity Eko said the interest brought by Dasuki needed legitimacy and constituted manhandle of court process and along these lines expelled it. The Court requested Dasuki and EFCC to backpedal to the FCT High Court to proceed with the trial in the charges brought aginst him by the counter join office.

 PRNigeria reviewed that the Federal High Court under Justice Adeniyi Ademola, FCT High Court under Justice Peter Affem and another FCT High Court under Justice Hussein Baba Yusuf had at various circumstances conceded safeguards to Dasuki. The safeguard conditions pummeled on Dasuki were met provoking his discharge from Kuje Prison on December 29, 2015. PRNigeria additionally reviewed that instantly after the discharge was actualized by the Controller of the Kuje Prison, agents of DSS swooped on Dasuki, rearrested him and had since held him in bondage with no new charge, clarification or arraignment since December 2015.

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