Then National Security Adviser (NSA), Rtd. Col. Sambo Dasuki on Wednesday described how the present government of President Muhammadu Buhari defied four court orders.
Dasuki, who entered the Witness Box to affirm in the trial of previous Publicity Secretary of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Olisa Metuh on the requests of the court on Wednesday, attacked President Buhari for defying court orders for his discharge.
Dasuki, who presented himself as a penssioner, said he is before the Abuja Federal High in consistence with the request of Justice Okon Abang.
He at that point continued to state, “I am here to answer to a court subpoena even though I have not benefitted from others respecting court rulings.”
When Etiaba prodded him to respond to the transfer of the sum of N400m allegedly by his office as the NSA to Metuh’s company, Destra Investments Ltd, Dasuki said he cannot recollect except he is granted access to his records and documents.
“It will be difficult for me to give any details on monies to Olisa Metuh and the 2nd defendant without consulting my records. Three years is a long time even for as that believe we are young.”
“I have been in custody. As soon as the authorities decide to obey subsisting orders of court, I can testify.
“I have four bail orders and one ECOWAS Court ruling. When they decide to obey and I will go through my documents.
“Hopefully by the time we get to Supreme Court those in charge will obey,” he added.