Ikoyi loot: Confusion as NSA, Monguno allegedly replaces sacked NIA’s Director of Finance with Army officer

Ikoyi loot: Confusion as NSA, Monguno allegedly replaces sacked NIA’s Director of Finance with Army officer

- The Director of Finance at NIA, Mr Abubakar Darsu has been sacked

- Darsu was fired over N15b monies discovered in an apartment Osborne Tower, Ikoyi, Lagos

- But the NSA, Babagana Monguno has allegedly replaced Darsu with military personnel

There is confusion at the Nigerian Intelligence Agency (NIA) over the replacement of its former Director of Finance with Military personnel by the National Security Adviser, Gen. Babgana Monguno.

New Telegraph reports that as the Presidential Committee investigating the source and ownership of the N15 billion discovered in an apartment ‎at Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos state prepares to wind down, the saga has claimed another casualty as the Director of Finance of the Nigeria Intelligence Agency (NIA) Mr Abubakar Dardisu has been relieved of his appointment.

Ikoyi loot: Confusion as NSA replaces sacked NIA’s Director of Finance with Army officer

The National Security Adviser (NSA), Major. Gen. Babagana Monguno (rtd)

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NAIJ.com gathered that Dardisu was said to have been removed by the National Security Adviser, (NSA) Major. Gen. Babagana Monguno (rtd) and replaced with a serving military officer.

A source within the agency according to New Telegraph said that the replacement of Dardisu with a military officer is causing concern to the management of NIA.

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The source, explained that though the NIA management was not averse to the removal of Dardisu as Director of Finance his replacement with a military personnel appeared to have gone against the rules of the establishment.

Source: Naij.com

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