The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has said that President Muhammadu Buhari didn’t release former NSA, Sambo Dasuki, because he believed in the rule of law.
Dasuki who was arrested in 2015 was released in 2019 on bail and on the orders of the Attorney General of the Federation.
Fielding questions from newsmen, the Chairman of the Jigawa State PDP Congress, Dr. Umar Ardo, said Dasuki’s release was due to international pressures, not Buhari’s belief in the rule of law.
“But because of the pressure from two senators from the United States of America who questioned him over the detention of Sowore.
“So for two senators to speak, he quickly released them because he couldn’t release him and allow Dasuki, so Sambo Dasuki benefited from it,” he stated.
“Secondly, the rule of law says the Senate must confirm a candidate before he is appointed. Was Ibrahim Magu confirmed by senators before he was appointed as acting chairman of the EFCC? So which rule of law does Buhari believe in,” Ardo questioned.
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