"The man the Senate refused to endorse has a serious security report against him authored by the Nigerian secret police (the DSS)." ?
As di Buckingham Palace deejays & di Sherlock Holmes people dem go most probably say about this matter under public scrutiny, "the plot thickens !"
You mean to tell we say the problem about General Buhari him nominee to investigate the Kaduna Mafia is that him appointee sef dae under investigation ?
Usually, the Mafia should not object to being investigated by one of their own kind and that's all the more reason why the security report against President Buhari's nominee is fraught with suspicion, this time the witch-hunting of Brother Buhari's nominee.
Who is the Nigerian Secret Police taking orders from or are they completely neutral and independent? ( I was asking myself the same kind of questions after Trump accused Brother Obama of spying on him. Since the beginning of the 1970s my understanding has been that everybody has always been spying on everybody else and it would be unnatural to expect the professional liars in the CIA etc. not to back their president if he is accused of spying on e.g. the Russians or the Chinese or indeed on his good friends Bill & Hillary Clinton)
Each and every time the name The Nigerian Secret Police is mentioned in this forum - new questions are raised. What is still not clear to this outsider is the extent of the separation of powers in Nigeria. Apparently the old judiciary was somehow tied to and is probably still beholden to the Goodluck Jonathan administration and that's why - as Ogbeni Kadiri has pointed out time without number - some corruption cases are still pending since 2007 - apparently "put in a coma" by generous libations of ogogoro and portions of naira given to the judges by those who should be facing the music
On Thursday, 6 April 2017 13:15:23 UTC+2, Chidi Anthony Opara wrote:
The man the Senate refused to endorse has a serious security report against him authored by the Nigerian secret police (the DSS).
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