Once again, former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, has been arrested by the Department of State Service.
Dasuki was picked up from his house on Tuesday morning, and taken the office of the DSS in Abuja, after being under house-arrest for about a month.
The former NSA is being investigated by the Federal Government for his role in the diverted $2 billion meant for the procurement of arms and ammunition for the army to prosecute the Boko Haram war.
A Federal High Court recently ruled that the Federal Government cannot compel Dasuki to be present in court, throughout the duration of the trial.
The court ordered that Dasuki should be allowed to travel abroad for medical treatment, but the DSS has so far, made several attempts to make that impossible.