Dasuki reveals names of former military personnel

Dasuki also said the Presidency was desperate to implicate him, and other officers who served the country hounourably.

Sambo Dasuki

Following his alleged implication in the N337b arms purchase fraud,Sambo Dasuki, has released a list of military personnel and the equipments they received.

He said the Presidency is acting out a script, adding that he submitted a comprehensive list of the whole equipment deal, to President Buhari before he left office.

He also said the contracts were awarded and equipment paid for, with the approval of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

According to Daily Post,  Dasuki said “It is laughable for the panel to assume that 4 Alpha jets and 12 helicopters were undelivered. In a memo to the Office of the National Security Adviser(ONSA), referenced NAF/905/D/CAS of November 28, 2014, the immediate acknowledged the receipt of the 4x Alpha jets attack aircraft and the helicopters.

“On 10/21/14, the Chief of Air Staff also confirmed the receipt of F-7 N1 aircraft combination of 250kg bombs and accessories at $2,894,000 with the cost of freight at $1,200,000. The same Air Force confirmed getting 2xTri Shield 36DG Tactical radars."

Dasuki also revealed that “In another letter of December 1, 2014 signed by (on behalf of the Chief of Air Staff), the Air Force said it received five containerized fuel storage and dispensing units with equipment.

“The Nigerian Army wrote the ONSA to acknowledge the delivery of 14 armoured tanks. In a December 13, 2014 memo, the Brigade of Guards thanked ONSA for releasing N30m for RCA, Operation allowance for Troops on Op Urban Sweep II for third and fourth quarters of 2014. This is apart from the installation of CCT Cameras at the Brigade Headquarters, 2 backscatter bomb detection vans and other equipment."

He also said the Presidency was desperate to implicate him, and other officers who served the country hounourably.

“On November 26, 2014, the immediate sought for approval of the award of one pair of uniform(in the interim) for the Armed Forces at N165, 375 to El-Jahab Mubarak Nigeria and N330,750,000 for two pairs.

“These are some of the acknowledgement letters submitted to me by the end-users(the services). It is not for me to go and find out whether the equipment were delivered or not. I am not the one keeping the inventories,” Dasuki said.

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