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Dasuki protests raid on home


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On Monday, a former Sultan of Sokoto, Ibrahim Dasuki, who is father to Sambo, the embattled former National Security Adviser, NSA, expressed disgust over the raid of his Sokoto residence by operatives of the State Security Service, SSS, in connection with allegations against his son.

Recall that DSS officials had last week stormed the homes of the Dasukis in Sokoto and Abuja, a development that the younger Dasuki had earlier condemned.

Reacting to the invasion in an interview with the BBC Hausa service on Monday, the former monarch lamented that the security agency should have sought his permission before entering his house.
“The security forces should not have entered my house without seeking authority, because there is a difference between me and my son,” he said.

The former NSA had in his part, recounted that, “They went to my father’s house including breaking into the ceiling to look for incriminating documents. They broke a safe in my father’s house.


“Also, my sister kept a 20-year old box in my father’s house, they also forced it open. What has my father got to do with this? And the old man is in hospital in London. He was shocked to hear that they broke into his house,” he regretted.


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