A warrant of release dated July 16, 2018 with a title ‘Verification of Bail Conditions’ and signed by Mba Nkem A. Omotosho, deputy chief registrar was served on the DSS headquarters and the office of minister of justice in Abuja after following July 2, 2018 bail order granted by a Federal High Court in Abuja.
According to PRNigeria, a court bailiff accompanied by the two sureties who stood for Dasuki officially served the DSS chief and minister of justice with the warrant of release around 1pm Today.
The warrant of release read in part: “Pursuant to the judgement Order made on Monday the 2nd day of July 2018 granted by his lordship, Hon Justice Ijeoma L. Ojukwu, directing various conditions to be fulfilled prior to the Release on Bail of the Applicant (Col. Sambo Dasuki Rtd).
“I have scrupulously verified the entire conditions of bail as ordered by his lordship and the three ambits are fulfilled,” he said.
“Hence, the respondents, the Director-General, State Security Services, and Attorney General of the Federation are hereby notified as directed by his lordship for the subsequent compliance of same.
“Attached herewith is the enrolled Order of the Court and all the necessary bail documents for your perusal and aggrandizement.”
It was allegedly gathered that the DSS boss told the two sureties that Sambo Dasuki may not be released not until president Muhammadu Buhari is still contacted on phone.
Recall that Dasuki has severally being granted bail by several judges including that of the Ecowas court in Abuja, Nigeria .
The former National Security adviser Dasuki is being prosecuted by the federal government for alleged corruption and possession of arms.