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Saturday, July 21, 2018

Dasuki: Fani-Kayode attacks Malami, judiciary over allegations of killings

Femi Fani-Kayode
The former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has slammed President Buhari-led administration over the continued detention of embattled former National Security Adviser, NSA, Sambo Dasuki.

Buhari’s minister, Malami had on Thursday said Dasuki won’t be released despite bails granted to him.

He accused Dasuki of causing 100,000 deaths 

Reacting, Fani Kayode on his Twitter page said the allegation by Malami that Dasuki killed Nigerians was a lie, calling on the government to obey the rule of law and release him.

The former minister also condemned the judiciary system in the country describing rule of law as ‘vile, irresponsible, shameful and utterly nauseating.’

He wrote, “Dasuki won’t be released despite numerous bails because he caused 100,000 deaths”– Min. of Justice Malami. This is a LIE from the pit of hell! you must stop believing your own propaganda. your govt is not above the law and whether u like it or not u MUST obey court orders!

“Col. Dasuki did not cause any deaths and he did not divert any money from funds for the war against Boko Haram. Yours is a lying, lawless, govt. that is scared of its own shadow, that is terrified of Dasuki and that refuses to obey court orders and abide by the rule of law.

“You cannot be the accuser, the prosecutor, the judge and the jury. You are NOT a court of law, you CANNOT pronounce guilt on the accused and your villainous contempt for due process, the rule of law and the judiciary is vile, irresponsible, shameful and utterly nauseating!”

Dasuki was arrested by operatives of the State Security Services in December 2015, over his alleged involvement in illegal possession of firearms.

The former NSA was also accused of diverting $2.1billion from his office while he served as NSA.

He is facing separate trials for the alleged offences.

Since his arrest in 2015, Dasuki has been granted bail multiple times by different courts. The latest bail was on July 17. 

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