Dasuki Has Refused To Account For $1.2BN Transactions In One Day - FG

The Federal Government has said former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki has refused to explain why he made $1.2billion transaction in one day.
Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed said this at his hometown on Sunday.

He said releasing Dasuki without extracting information from him poses a threat to national security.

He said Dasuki would remain in custody for security reasons.

‘‘At every point in time, a government will make a hard decision between your personal liberty and national security.  Now in the wake of 9/11, the United States (U.S.) came with regulation that breached the personal rights of Americans and all of us because of national security.

‘‘In the case of El- Zakzaky and Dasuki, we are also talking about national security.”

The minister said the former national security adviser had refused to account for ‘‘$1.2 billion dollars transactions he made in one day.”

‘‘This is an individual who made $1.2 billion transactions in one day and up till today, he has refused to tell government  where the money went to and who he has given the money and people are saying we should release him,” the minister said.