The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) may have started grilling a former National Security Adviser(NSA) Mr. Sambo Dasuki , following his transfer by the Department of State Security Service(DSS) to the anti graft body
According to “The Nation’ there were indications that the anti-graft commission may extend its probe to the seizure of $9million cash-for-arms by South Africa and quiz all those involved in the botched deal that embarrassed the country.
An Israeli suspect implicated in the deal was said to have bolted away after throwing a lavish party at his Wuse residence.
Meanwhile attempt by High Chief Raymond Dokpesi lawyer Mr. Mike Ozekhome to secure his bail failed, as the high chief was to be held despite fulfilling his bail conditions on Wednesday.
The agency was said to have secured a holding warrant from a magistrate court to keep the media mogul in detention.
Dokpesi’s arrest is in connection with the outcome of a presidential investigations committee on arms procurement during the former President Goodluck Jonathan led administration.
It was gathered that the EFCC’s plan is to charge some of the suspects in court to enable the agency keep suspects being interrogated in its custody.