Abuja – Former National Security Adviser (NSA) colonel Sambo Dasuki’s loyalists have threatened to release videos of personalities who benefitted from the controversial $2.1 billion arms deal, The Sun reports.
The loyalists allegedly said the that release of the video is necessary to help properly situate facts regarding the deal, stressing that some prominent Nigerians who collected huge sums from the arms money were now publicly denying doing so and even working surreptitiously for the continued incarceration of Dasuki.
Dasuki is on trial for fraud connection with the alleged looting of the $2.1 billion meant for the purchase of weapons to fight insurgency. He has been detained since December despite being granted bail.
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- News24 Nigeria