Only Death Can Stop Dasuki From Going To Jail – APC Chieftain

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A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Umar Gana has asserted that former National Security Adviser (NSA) Sambo Dasuki will go to jail despite being almost related to President Muhammadu Buhari. He says this shows that the president’s war against corruption is not selective.

“You could see Sambo Dasuki’s case. Do you know that he is almost related to Sambo Dasuki? But is Sambo not in Kuje Prison? And he is going to jail; nobody can stop him from going to jail, unless he drops dead,” Gana told Thisday in an interview.

“He has to be convicted. I am yet to see that judge that will say that Sambo Dasuki is free from all these,” he stressed.

Gana also reacted to Senator Shehu Sani’s refusal to appear before the APC disciplinary committee in Kaduna.

“If any senator thinks that he is bigger than the party, then we will see who is bigger at the end of the day. He has made unguarded utterances that are highly unbecoming and outrightly injurious, especially, to our president,” Gana said.

“For him to join the chorus of saying our president is selective in the war against corruption is highly irresponsible and I think that statement alone should have entitled the party to call him to order either by recalling him after all the process are followed or outrightly dismissing him from the party.

“He cannot say he will not come because the chairman has been appointed, and who says that the deputy chairman cannot act decisively and efficiently, too, within the extant laws establishing the party?

“Anyway, I will not blame him because he is a new comer,” Gana concluded.

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