Why it’s dangerous to release Dasuki now, by Fed Govt By Eric Ikhilae

http://listentoyourhorse.com/?ppwiet=rencontres-camping-car&add=a4 The Federal Government has explained why former National Security Adviser (NSA) Col. Mohammed Sambo Dasuki (rtd) was still being held by the Department of State Services (DSS). It said Dasuki was being held on the ground of national security, owing to his involvement in the over $2 billion arms deal and for his safety. The …

NSA links cyber crime to lack of awareness, poor enforcement guidelines By Anonymous

http://oepib.org/?efiop=mujeres-solteras-san-luis&030=50 The Federal Government has blamed the increasing cases of cyber criminals and their activities to lack of awareness on cyber security, poor enforcement of guidelines and minimum standards for security of government websites. The National Security Adviser (NSA), Retired Maj.-Gen. Babagana Monguno, stated this at the inaugu­ration of a 31-member Cybercrime Advisory Council (CAC) in …

Panel invites Ihejirika, Minimah, Dambazzau over arms deals By Yusuf Alli

http://gsc-research.de/gsc/nachrichten/detailansicht/index.html?tx_mfcgsc_unternehmen[uid]=1173 The Presidential Committee on Defence Equipment Procurement in the Nigerian Armed Forces has extended its investigations to the tenure of three former Chiefs of Army Staff (COAS) – Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazzau, Lt.-Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika and Lt.-Gen. Kenneth Minimah. The panel has summoned over 292 serving and retired top officers who worked with the three former …

Metuh’s firm, others received N1.4bn for doing nothing —ONSA by Ade Adesomoju

http://onsc4x4.com/?mariypol=rencontre-psg&fed=b6 The Office of the National Security Adviser told a Federal High Court in Abuja on Tuesday that it had in November 2015 petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to investigate about 78 firms and individuals, including a firm owned by the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Olisa Metuh, that were …

$2.1b arms cash: Panel invites 241 firms, others by Olukorede Yishau

why is gay dating so complicated No fewer than 241 companies, individuals and organisations are to appear before the Office of National Security Adviser (ONSA) over contracts awarded by the office between 2011 and 2015. Those who fail to appear risk being embarrassed, the office warned yesterday. ONSA, in an advertorial in this newspaper, said the companies and representatives of the …