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Saturday, August 28, 2021

EX DSS Director Says Unpatrotic Politicians Order The Release Of National Crime Suspects Through Phone Calls

On Friday, a former Assistant Director with the Department of State Services, Dennis Amachree, lamented that unpatriotic politicians create problems for the country whenever they order the release of suspects of national crime.










He, said the independence of the intelligence agencies including the DSS would make the security outfits more effective in executing its constitutional roles.

He said, “One thing I know is that the intelligence community is solid in this country but what impedes them in carrying out some of the jobs they want to do is politics, politicians because when you mix with politics security, then it becomes a big problem."

The former DSS official spoke on Channels Television’s ‘Sunrise Daily’ breakfast programme monitored by The PUNCH.

13 comments:

  1. Na today yansh dey back....abeg shift..una be the same thing

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  2. The politicians no get names?

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  3. This is normal in Nigeria and that's why we say Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria. But l am glad Benin Republic is teaching them how it should be done. They should go and order Igboho's release from Benin Republic' jail

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    1. This thing dey sweet you as you dey type

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    2. Politicians in govt...read in between the lines...twat!

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  4. Thats what they always do...they are thieves themselves and don't want their covers blown

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  5. Thats what they always do...they are thieves themselves and don't want their covers blown

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  6. I watched the interview yesterday and it's coinciding with what that Rtd Commodore said. Abacha said any insecurity that last more than 24hrs,the government has a hand in it. This particular government is the worse in abetting crimes and insecurity

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    1. Please Abacha never said anything like that. There was no insecurities under Abacha. The bombings in Lagos and kaduna were done by Abacha boys to intimidate nigerians. What you quoted is the twisted imagination of somebody who wanted to distort history. Stop spreading lies, misinformation and half truths.

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    2. Oga Alex, it's the norm here. They get these jargons from minds like Nnamdi Kanu and keep spreading the nonsense like Headless chickens

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  7. We know all our problems, the questions is how do we fix it?

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  8. That's true. Even ritualists, assassins and confirmed armed robbers, once taken into custody, next thing is they're free, walking the streets feeling untouchable and connected because of phone calls by and from politicians mandating setting them free.

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