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How Bichi’s DSS is Fighting Insecurity, Corruption in Nigeria

Nigeria’s secret police is the unsung hero of many successful operations The service till date prides itself in its biggest achievement, which is ensuring the indivisibility and indissolubility of the country by promptly addressing the various challenges to Nigeria's internal security. This constitutional provision has been upheld including being charged with

Detained journalist, Abiri rejoins family

Bayelsa Journalist Jones Abiri, standing trial for alleged involvement in militancy, returned to the warm embrace of his wife, children and colleague on Tuesday in Yenagoa. Mr Abiri, who was received at the Nigerian Union of Journalists, NUJ, Press Centre, expressed his optimism of getting justice. Mr Abiri was arrested by the

49 senators signs against Impeachment of Saraki, ekweremadu

At least 49 senators of the Federal Republic of Nigeria have appended their signatures against the failed attempt to impeach the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki and the Deputy Senate President, Professor Ike Ekweremadu. Since the clearly hours of today, tuesday 7th August, 2018, operatives of the Department of State Services,

DSS releases senator Abaribe

Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, representing Abia South, has been granted an administrative bail after five days in State Security Service, SSS custody. Earlier on Tuesday, Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court sitting in ordered SSS to allow Mr Abaribe access to his lawyers. Mrs Nyako’s order followed an oral application made on

SSS arrests senator eyinnaya Abaribe

State Security Services (SSS) has arrested Senator, Enyinnaya Abaribe, representing Abia state on Friday afternoon. His colleague, Dino Melaye, and his party, PDP, confirmed the arrest in separate interviews. Mr. Melaye said he received information that Senator Abaribe was picked at from the Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja where he reportedly went

SSS warns politicians against hate speeches

  The State Security Service, SSS, has warned politicians against giving hate speeches that were capable of heating up the polity.    In a statement, the secret police asked political actors to watch their utterances and public conduct. .   It added that some had already commenced political campaigns even when the Independent