Ex-Finance director reveals how ex-NSA got $47m from CBN

Salisu revealed to investigators of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), how he got the sum and delivered it to Dasuki at his Asokoro mansion.

 

A leaked document has shown how former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki got a sum of $47m cash from the Central Bank of Nigeria.

According to reports, the cash was put in 11 briefcases and collected by a former Director of Finance in the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA), Shuaibu Salisu.

In his words, “I could remember on the 20/11/2014, I was directed by the NSA, M.S. Dasuki to go to the CBN and collect the sum of $47m in cash and the balance in Euro and the directive was obeyed and the monies were delivered to the NSA in about 11 suit cases.

“I acknowledged the receipt of the money from the CBN which was handed over to M.S. Dasuki.

“I did not benefit even one cent. The request for the funds was tag(sic) Special Services signed by the NSA, M.S. Dasuki, addressed to the Governor of CBN.

“I did not know the source of the money into our CBN Account. The foreign currencies that I collected from the CBN were delivered to the NSA in his house, No. 13, John Kadiya Street, Asokoro.”

SaharaReporter has however published a document which allegedly shows how the $47million was gotten from Central Bank of Nigeria.

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