FG blocks Dasuki from attending father’s funeral

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According to reports, former National Security Adviser (NSA) Sambo Dasuki will ‎not be available at his father’s funeral in Sokoto state, as the federal government has no plans to release him for the burial rites.

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The former NSA has been detained by the Federal Government since December 1, 2015 in spite of the bails granted him by three different High Courts in Abuja.

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    1. Same way the should release other detainees in all Nigeria prison. Bcos it Dasuki that why court ordered release and there thousands of people in Nigeria prisons awaiting trials for several years, people like you did not clamour for their release.

      He is one of those people that plucked Nigeria economy to the sucked of recession we are now.

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  1. ''....detained since December 1,2015 inspite of BAILS granted...''
    Now we know better how those bails were procured. Don't we?

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  2. This life is soo funny. In 1983, Col Dasuki arrested Buhari and during that time his mother died. He was not allowed to go for his mum's burial rites, fast forward 2016 and reverse is the case. Situation can change anytime.

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  3. How many poor citizens in detention that are allowed to go for any events ?
    Why then must Dasuki's case be an exception ?
    Please, next topic

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  4. I really don't understand some of us in this our country, somebody is alledged to have committed a crime against the State, on the basis on which he is under detention, and some people are saying the govt. is wicked not to have allowed Sambo Dasuki to go and bury his dead father. And I ask: is Sambo the first whose either parent will die whilst under detention, is it not in Nigeria that people stay in detention awaiting trial for as much as ten years & for those people non of their parents died and if any of them died, was the detainee allowed to go bury the person? Maybe Sambo Dasuki is now a super or special Nigerian! Before we open our mouth to talk, we should always think about whatever we want to talk about lest we make mockery of ourselves! I am not and cannot be a lesser Nigerian and nobody should, for any reason!

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  5. Same way they should release other detainees in all Nigeria prisons. Bcos he is Dasuki is that why court ordered release? and there are thousands of people in Nigeria prisons awaiting trials for several years, and for unknown crime or crime they never committed, and people like you did not clamor for their release.

    He is one of those people that plucked Nigeria economy to the sucked of recession we are now.

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  6. let me join by adding my voice to this issue. Just one instance i will like to add. Fellow Nigerians, let us reflect about the circumstances that led to the death of Lt.Col, Abu Ali Muhammed recently. And ask ourselves sincerely, if the likes of Sambo Dasuki have used the assigned funds judiciously,would many lives have been lost? Do blood not run in their vain ( fallen heroes ) ? Don't they have families? What about 2.1 million IDPs, children turned orphan overnight. Chilbok girls' plight and many more. Dear respectable chief Falana, sir, think in this direction. Dasuki and his cohorts should face the music.

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