Wednesday’s raid by security and anti-corruption operatives on the house of Namadi Sambo, former Vice President, did not yield anything incriminating, ICIR can exclusively report. Sambo, who was Vice President…
The Department of State Services (DSS) says it has arrested Abdulhamid Isiaka (aka SMALL), a returnee from Libya who had undergone terrorist training and was planning series of terror attacks in…
The girls were handed over to the Minister of Women Affairs, Aisha Alhassan, on Tuesday by the Department of State Services, DSS at the Women Development Centre, Abuja, where a facility has been prepared for them.
Few hours after the federal high court Lagos, gave the Department of State Services, DSS, a 48-hour ultimatum to release the detained Chairman of Capital oil and Gas limited, Ifeanyi Ubah, the Abuja division of the same court has empowered the same DSS to detain Ubah for another 14 days.
Justice Mohammed Idris in his judgment held that Ubah should be released since the DSS has failed to file a charge against him.
Dasuki, alongside two others, is facing a 19-count charge of fraud brought against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
An ex parte application was filed by Ubah’s lawyer, Ifeoma Esom at the Federal High Court, Lagos on Tuesday.
The former governor had filed a N10 billion suit against the DSS for allegedly violating his fundamental human rights by holding him in custody illegally for 73 days between February 25 and May 7, 2017.
The oil magnate, who is also the owner of Ifeanyi Ubah Football Club in the Nigerian Professional Football League, NPFL, was arrested on Friday, May 5.
Katsina State, where both President Muhammadu Buhari and the DSS Director General, Lawal Daura hails from, has 51 recruits, 7 more than the entire South East which has 44 recruits.