Tsav Speaks On Dasuki’s Trial, Mbaka’s Prophecy About Buhari

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Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, a former commissioner of police in Lagos state, has confessed that he was alarmed by the amount of money allegedly diverted by Sambo Dasuki, a former national security adviser.

Former Commissioner of police, Abubakar Tsav

Former Commissioner of police, Abubakar Tsav

The Sun reports Tsav expressed support for Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption campaign and faulted claims that the president was singling out Dasuki for investigation because of their past relationship.

“The gravity of the crime allegedly committed by Dasuki can only be imagined than described. He said the money which was meant for the fight against insurgency to finance the campaign of President Goodluck Jonathan.

“As a result of this alleged act, many innocent Nigerians lost their lives, many children not only missed going to schools, but were orphaned,” he said.


Speaking further, Tsav expressed worry over the alarm raised by Rev. Fr. Njike Mbaka over

According to the ex-commissioner of the police, this alarm should not be misplaced taking into consideration the fact that there could be many corrupt politicians around the president who will stop at nothing to frustrate him.

Therefore, Tsav called on all Nigerians to pray for Buhari’s safety and for him to successfully save the country from the grip of corruption.

Meanwhile,  and called it “sensationalism”, “rumour peddling” and “delusional fantasy”.

The group urged the Nigerian Catholic hierarchy to sanction the cleric over his shifting from sacred vocation to political games.

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