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Wednesday, 2 November 2016

DSS Gives Families Of Missing DSS Officers N250,000 Each For Burial Without Their Bodies

After over one year of pain and false hope, The DSS has finally alerted the wives of missing DSS officers that their husbands died as heroes in the line of duty. 


The light skinned man in the photo is Obiorah Nwafor.
He was married with two little kids.  

On Sat, 29th of October, The DSS gave each of the families 250,000 as their own support to go and bury their husbands, who according to them died as heroes in the line of duty. 


When they asked about their bodies, they were told that the DSS could not locate their bodies. 

According to Nwafor Paul,the younger brother of one of the Missing officers

''The minister of information once said that most Nigerians spend up to 100,000 on a bottle of Champagne, so we ask, if the lives of these fallen heroes as they said,is worth only about two bottles of Champagnes? We pray and hope the families gets all their due benefice as they wallow in their pains''.


 Seven DSS officers went on a mission to rescue Mrs Steve Nwosu,the kidnapped Wife Of Sun Newspapers Deputy MD on the 15th of September 2015 and up until this moment,there has been no word or any form of contact from the 7 of them, while.Mrs Nwosu was released by her abductors two days after the DSS officers went missing.


45 comments:

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    1. Sapele Babe in Lagos2 November 2016 at 14:49

      Na wa o, 250k pere? Is tha what......chai

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    2. In other words, each of the fallen officer is worth $250 dollars. That is the country we find ourselves in.

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    3. This is painful. Honestly no amount given will suffice it. They should be more concerned about the long term benefits that is due to the families of the "fallen heros", as opposed to this 250k one off payment.

      But this rescue that they went for wasn't such a serious battle field like sambisa, so how can they go missing just like that without any trace? Someone must be able to explain what happened on that day now.

      Did the kidnappers engage in a shootout? If they did, did all the officers die? If some made it back, can't they tell us what happened to their colleagues? So many questions begging for answers. Na wa

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    1. The light skinned dude, popularly known as Bull walker, was Unizik SUG Director of Sports circa 2000/2001. Very jovial and amiable guy. Such a sad, sad loss.

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    2. For real? Didn't recognize him in d pic,so painful,I WS a zikite too

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  3. Hmmmmm I smell fowl play here, it's well with there families.

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    1. Ewu...foul NOT fowl! E be like say fowl dey hungry you to chop

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  4. This don't sound well at all. That is why I hate anything military kind of work. The day u re signing for it you are probably signing ur death warrant

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    1. Says who? Is it everyone in the military or para-military that bears weapons?

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  5. Hmmmm...250k..this country will never stop amazing me..hmmm

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  6. Jesus Christ, which kain Hero be this one. Funeral without corpse? Sound like just negodu.

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  7. 250,000? Money for what?

    They should just say the truth about these officers and let these families find closure.

    Is the money supposed to act as their father, husband or brother?

    Or if they were still in active service, the benefits their family would have gotten from them(in cash or kind) would not be worth more than 250,000?

    Sue them all!

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    1. The truth is that they are dead, obviously.. but how?? Just like that.

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  8. God forbid!
    This kain hero no good oo
    May God console their families

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  9. If you want to serve Nigeria you are on your own. Me I am NOT!!!

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  10. If you want to serve Nigeria you are on your own. Me I am NOT!!!

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    1. E be like say you no go reach to do NYSC

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  11. If you want to serve Nigeria you are on your own. Me I am NOT!!!

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    1. Serve Nigeria say na Wetin happen? Who Nigeria epp? Ogbeni!

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  12. Glo Data Plans are currently the best in terms of affordability and offers. Good one.

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  13. something's fishing here...250k for what? in fact am angry... I want to sleep ...

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  14. 250k??? Anyone who's in such combative and dangerous organization should have all his immediate family put on life insurance by the govt of the country they're serving. What's 250k? They could have just gone and become oil bunkers and made billions. This is crap!

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  15. 250k? That's the amount they steal daily.smh

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  16. I smell foul play, seven able bodied men.... Just like that. God have mercy

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  17. 250k hmmmm it is well

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  18. So what are they burying then. Burials without bodies. I sympathise with the families involved.

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  19. So Mrs nwosu is home and they are not, something is fishy
    Bloody country

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  20. Stories that saddens the heart.

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  21. Stories that saddens the heart.

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  22. Thought the abductors were apprehended? they should give account of the missing 7

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  23. There's something the families are not told yet. Which kind lie is that. They should seek legal redress for it

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  24. Hmmmm......the money isn't the issue sef, there should be an account of what happened. When they no be MH Airplanes

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  25. They are obviously used for sacrifices to the Zuma rock deity most Nigeria politicians worship. That's why they couldn't tell any1 what happen. So they are paying the 250k to the family as fees for their head used for the power sacrifice. That's why they are 7men which represent 7days of the week their occuiltic power will be on top to intimidate the masses. Their can't be found cos they has being sacrificed. A lot of evil things happen in dis county esp Abuja,Lagos,ph. All these money u see these pple steal they don't do it ordinary it involves alot of power it steal frm public fund & go Scot free. Their big boss Don use them cos these 7 men are definitely d finest with good destiny. Every married woman should be a prayer warrior cos our husband's see a lot in their fly dealings wit pple especially Nigeria cilvil service/politics / even importers consist of a lot evil men & women that are agent of darkness. Honestly dt woman is not kidnapped she is used as a bait to draw those men out & use them as sacrifices. Trust me their corpses won't be seen & nothing will happen. They are sacrifical lambs.

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  26. Simple...Nigeria ain't dying for.

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  27. This country is not worth dying for.. What will their respective families do with #250,000? its a big shame and a huge slap on the face..

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