The Department of State Services (DSS) on Tuesday, November 19th expressed dissatisfaction over what its described as unruly behaviour of protesters who attempted to force themselves into the facility of DSS to seek the release of Sowore.
Peter Afunanya, the Public Relations Officer of the Service, said officials had been receiving threats since it insisted that the protesters were not the kind of persons to take possession of Sowore.
Afunanya disclosed this at a media conference in Abuja. The information officer also dismissed reports circulated on social media that officials of the service engaged in shooting during the protest was not true.
He said: “DSS is a respectable organisation that discharges its duties with utmost responsibility and accountability. We have standard operating procedures on the use of arms. So, our officials could not have used gun on any person.”
On the release of Omoyele Sowore, Afunayan insisted that the convener of the planned…
Source: Linda Ikeji