5 incriminating evidence found in the former NSA’s home

According to the statement released by an official of the Department of State Security, Tony Opuiyo, the following incriminating evidence were discovered.

 

The Department of State Security in a press conference, made public, the evidence it discovered in the home of the former National Security Adviser, Mohammed Sambo Dasuki.

According to the statement released by an official of the Department of State Security,  Tony Opuiyo, the following incriminating evidence were discovered.

1. Seven high calibre rifles (high assault weapons).

2. Several magazines (Bullets).

3. Military related gears.

4. Five bullet proof cars.

5. Seven other exotic cars.

You will recall that the Abuja home of the former National Security Adviser, Col Dasuki (rtd) was raided by men of the Department of State Security (DSS) on Thursday, 16th July, 2015, by 6:40pm.

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