Fresh Trouble For Ex-NSA Dasuki, May Be Barred From Travelling Abroad
Despite the order by a Federal High Court which granted leave for the former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, to travel out for treatment, there are indications that the Ex-NSA would be stopped from travelling.
In fulfillment of the order of the court ordering that his passport be released on the grounds that he would provide a surety or have his lawyers sign an undertaking that he would be available in court at the trial date, former governor of Adamawa State, Boni Haruna signed the bonds to meet the condition.
But soon after Dasuki left the court, Security invited him for questioning over “fresh security matters” shortly after he left court.
Boni Haruna himself was quizzed by the DSS for standing surety for Dasuki.
Investigation revealed that the Federal Government was displeased by the decision of the court to allow Dasuki to travel out for three weeks when allegation of “treason” was still being investigated.
It was learnt that security men stepped in to look at “fresh security matter” against Dasuki.
The security men got in touch with Dasuki’s counsel Mallam Ahmed Raji(SAN) to produce his client.
A face-off appeared imminent last night as Dasuki insisted that the security should return to the court instead of inviting him if it had any issue against him.
There were indications that Dasuki may not be allowed to travel out until he honours the invitation.
But Dasuki asked: “Why will they see me? Why are they inviting me again? Why can’t they approach the court if there are new charges against me?
“They called Dasuki’s counsel (Raji) to produce his client to ‘come and clarify another matter’. They were not forthcoming on what exactly it is but when Raji got in touch with Dasuki, he insisted on due process through the court.”