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    Video Nigeria News Today - Lazy Lagos youths always in my house to beg for free money – Tinubu laments

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    Metro Arms Deal Fraud: Names of Beneficiaries & How Much They Reportedly Collected

    The Nation newspaper, in an article, listed names of people who collected money meant to purchase arms from the office of former National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki. Ex Governors: Peter Odili (N100m); Rashidi Ladoja(N100m), Attahiru Bafarawa(N100m), Mahmud Aliyu Shinkafi (N100m), Jim...
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    Metro THROWBACK: How Dasuki Arrested and Ruined Buhari's Marriage In 1985

    Immediate past National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki (retd) was the one who led a team of three army officers to arrest Buhari on August 26, 1985 He became the ADC (aide-de-camp) to Ibrahim Babangida after the coup. Buhari spent two years in prison and this ruined his first...
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    Politics Arms Deal: Ex-Vice President, Sambo Received Monthly Stipends of N20m from Dasuki

    Ibrahim Idris Wambai, the former Accounts Officer II, has revealed that that the Office of Nigeria’s former Vice President Namadi Sambo was on a monthly stipend of N20million from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) led by former NSA, Sambo Dasuki. He pointed out that some...
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    Metro Things Get Worse For Dasuki As AGF Absent At Hearing

    Trial for the “continued siege” on the residence of Sambo Dasuki. former national security adviser (NSA) suffered setback as Abubakar Malami, Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and minister of justice, on Monday failed to appear before Ademola Adeniyi of the federal high court, Abuja, to...
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    Metro Court orders FG To Release Dansuki's Passport for Medical Treatment Abroad

    ‎The federal high court, Abuja, on Tuesday, granted Sambo Dasuki, former national security adviser (NSA), permission to travel abroad for medical check-up. Adeniyi Ademola, the judge, ordered the release of the former NSA’s international passport to him on the grounds that prosecuting...