The Federal High Court in Abuja was told on Wednesday that no weapon was found in the Guest House of a former National Security Adviser, retired Colonel Sambo Dasuki, when it was searched by operatives of the Department of State Services last year.
The Guest House is located in Abuja.
At the resumed trial of Dasuki on charges of unlawful possession of firearms, the government witness, Samuel Ogbu, who was under cross examination, said no incriminating item was found in the Guest House by the security agents.
Ogbu, who is an operative of DSS, was cross-examined by the counsel to Dasuki, Ahmed Raji (SAN).
He said the only weapons recovered was in the house of the ex-NSA.
The witness told Justice Adeniyi Ademola that some money was found in Dasuki’s house but that he would not know whether the defendant committed money laundering offence or not because he does not know the definition of money laundering under the law.
Further trial has been adjourned till June 8 and 9, 2016 at the instance of Dasuki’s lawyers.