Court adjourns Dasuki’s case to November 23

A Federal High Court preceded over by Justice Adeniyi Ademola in Abuja on Monday adjourned the case of Col. Sambo Dasuki, rtd, till November 23.

Ademola, adjourned the case following an oral application from the Solicitor-General of the Federation, Mr Taiwo Abidogun.

According to the Judge, the adjournment was to enable the Attorney General of the Federation appear and explain the siege on Dasuki’s Abuja residence.

“I don’t see any improvement at all. In fact, the insecurity situation is worsening. The unemployment situation is worsening. One soft drink company recently laid off about 200 people and many companies are laying off people. So I don’t see how he is tackling unemployment. And he has not given us a blueprint on how he is going to tackle unemployment.

“So, I don’t see any changes. In fact, I think things are getting worse and I think this is because there is lack of a blueprint for governance.”

On what is responsible for the way things are, the former deputy governor said: “The All Progressives Congress came into power, they wanted power but they had not planned how they were going to use that power when they won the election.”

Source: Today