The immediate past National Security Adviser (NSA), retired Colonel Sambo Dasuki, has stated he would not grant any media interview.
The prince of the Sokoto caliphate, who spoke to DAILY POST through an associate, Thursday night, revealed what he would do in the coming days and weeks.
Dasuki was released Tuesday night by President Muhammadu Buhari after spending four years in the custody of the Department of State Service (DSS) despite court orders granting him bails.
The source disclosed that Dasuki intends to pay his last respect to his late father who passed away weeks after his initial arrest.
“He is resting and has foreclosed the possibility of any media chat. Even the story by VOA did was not a direct interview. They only used excerpts of what he said in presence of his…