Dasuki's Tenure In Fresh Probe As FG Summons Contractors
SAN FRANCISCO, December 14, (THEWILL) – More troubles may be coming the way of the immediate past National Security Adviser, NSA, Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd) as the federal government is believed to have began a fresh investigation into his tenure.
This is as a newspaper advertisement published on Monday summoned all contractors who made supplies or rendered services to the Office of the National Security Adviser, ONSA, to appear before a Contracts Verification Committee.
Directors of the affected companies were asked to come forward with at least eight documents: certificate of incorporation, particulars of directors, tax clearance certificates from 2011 till date, letter of award of contract, invoice for supplies and services, evidence of payment so far/outstanding balance, personal income tax clearance certificates of the directors and any other documents to the contracts.
Though the period to be covered by this fresh investigation was not stated, the demand for the presentation of tax clearance certificates from 2011 till date suggests it will likely border on the same period. THEWILL recalls that Dasuki was appointed NSA in June 2012 and left in July 2015.
The print advert, which was signed by the Principal General Staff Officer in the Office of the NSA, further announced that the committee will sit at the premises of the Office from December 15 to the 23rd of same month, 2015.