Former NSA asks court for help

An order of this honourable court extending its order of 3rd November 2015, wherein leave was granted the defendant/applicant to travel abroad, for the treatment of his ailing medical condition.

Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd.)

The former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, has approached the Federal High Court, in Abuja, to compel the Department of State Services (DSS), to allow him travel for his cancer treatment.

According to Punch Newspapers, he wants the court to grant “An order dispensing with further appearance of the defendant/applicant in the proceedings conducted in this case, save for specific circumstances in which this honorable court so directs; or at least for an order dispensing with his appearance for the purposes of hearing this application.

“An order of this honourable court extending its order of 3rd November 2015, wherein leave was granted the defendant/applicant to travel abroad, for the treatment of his ailing medical condition.

“A mandatory order directing the complainant (the Federal Government) and any other agency acting on its behalf, particularly the Department of State Sevices, to forthwith remove all human and non-human barricades, bulwarks and or seige laid around, about and across the defendant/applicant’s residence at No. 13 John Kadiya Street, Asokoro District, Abuja, the said impediments which have hindered the accomplishment of the said order of this honourable court permitting the defendant to travel abroad for treatment of his ailing medical condition.”

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