Dasuki, NSA to former President Goodluck Jonathan, is currently at the centre of a massive investigation into the alleged misappropriation of about $2.1 billion meant for the procurement of arms. A panel, which investigated the way the money was spent, indicted Dasuki and the other suspects.
It was learnt that the property of other suspects linked with the scandal were also impounded by the anti-graft agency in Kaduna. Among them is a former Theatre Commander of the Operation Lafia Dole in Maiduguri, Major General Yishau Mahmood Abubakar.
According to eye witnesses, the occupants of some of the buildings were expelled by EFCC operatives who took over the property, and endorsed each building with “Keep off, under EFCC Investigation” red paint marks.
Dasuki’s alleged confiscated properties include:
- A hotel complex on Rabah Road, Malali GRA in the heart of Kaduna metropolis and
- a Mansion under construction on Sani Sami Road, also in Malali GRA.
Besides few workers clearing their tools, the site was empty yesterday.
Major General Abubakar’s residential duplex located at No. 5C, Sultan Close was sealed off on Sunday evening, bearing the “Keep off, under EFCC investigation” red paint mark. It was also gathered that when the EFCC operatives arrived at the house, there was a birthday party going on. Everybody was asked to vacate the premises immediately and they obeyed.
A shopping mall allegedly belonging to the General’s wife was also confiscated by the anti-graft agency still, with the “Keep off, under EFCC investigation” inscription. Although there’s a rumor that the building belonged to the General’s brother, and not his wife.
Another shopping mall on Sultan Road, which is believed to belong to Gen. Abubakar’s friend who is an Ambassador was also impounded.