Mr Owasanoye was discussing how grand theft of security funds by military chiefs was festering insecurity around the country when he made the disclosure.
The onslaught was prompted by a petition from Tukur Buratai, erstwhile chief of army staff infamous for his wanton attacks on citizens and the media.
CISLAC slammed Mr Buhari’s regime for “deliberately” leaving unattended high profile cases of corruption and granting convicted corrupt officials presidential pardon.
The group said it was “worried to about such abuse of public trust, hence the need to act fast.”
The operation, conducted last week, also led to the recovery of over 50 luxury watches, including at least two Rolex varieties, from the former military commander.
The former Chief of Army Staff said more military bases were needed in the army and other security services.
At the conferment ceremony in Saki on Saturday, Mr Buratai enjoined Nigerians to continue to live in peace and unity for mutual coexistence.
The group said the call for Mr Buratai was borne out of the security challenges facing the country.
Mr Buratai said that Mr Buhari had laid a foundation for a new Nigeria.
The centre would serve as a command post, situation room, and operational briefing center for the army.