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Colonel (retired) Sambo Dasuki

Place of Birth: Sokoto State


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Partisan politics runs riot

His predecessor Goodluck Jonathan's allies, including former Petroleum Minister Diezani Allison-Madueke; former National Security Advisor, Colonel Sambo Dasuki, and even ex-presidential wife Patience Jonathan are targets but are fighting back hard on the legal front...

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A dollar emergency

Cases against former National Security Advisor Colonel Sambo Dasuki and ex-Oil Minister Diezani Allison-Madueke, under police restriction in London, are proceeding glacially...


The logic of naira nationalism

Colonel Sambo Dasuki, a former National Security Advisor, and sundry colleagues are accused of diverting over US$2 billion from the annual security budget of some $6bn...


Taking down Tompolo

The government's investigation into Tompolo's affairs follows its launch of investigations into former top officials in Jonathan's government: Colonel Sambo Dasuki, the former National Security Advisor; Diezani Allison-Madueke, Petroleum Minister; Kingsley Kuku, Presidential Amnesty Programme chief...


Coming to America – the sequel

Dasuki’s sinking star We hear the EFCC may now lay corruption charges against former National Security Advisor Sambo Dasuki, as well as Gordon Obua, Jonathan’s Chief Security Officer, who this week was forced to deny media speculation that he was dead (AC Vol 56 No 4, Democracy delayed)...

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Mending fences

INEC's decision to postpone the polls for six weeks, after being told by the National Security Advisor, Colonel Sambo Dasuki, that the military couldn't spare any soldiers on the original date of 14 February, gave it a chance to distribute most of the remaining 30 mn...


INEC and high-tech

INEC's decision to postpone the polls for six weeks, after being told by the National Security Advisor, Colonel Sambo Dasuki, that the military couldn't spare any soldiers on the original date of 14 February, gave it a chance to distribute most of the remaining 30 mn...


Democracy delayed

) Sambo Dasuki first publicly raised the idea of a postponement because of INEC's lack of preparedness in London on 22 January (AC Vol 56 No 2, Elections face new risks)...

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Elections face new risks

Because some 30 million out of the 68 million registered voters are yet to receive their biometric Permanent Voting Cards, there is a compelling case to postpone the elections, according to National Security Advisor Colonel Sambo Dasuki...

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