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DSS: We’ll Make Nigeria Safe For Businesses To Thrive by Rehimusals: 8:38am On Jul 18
The Department of State Services (DSS), has assured of its commitment to ensuring a safe and secure country, where investors and corporate organisations will operate without fear of molestation.
Director-General of the Service (DG-SS), Mr. Yusuf Magaji Bichi, gave the undertaking at an occasion to receive a state-of-the-art art Museum Complex, jointly built by two private firms –  Lubrik Construction Company and Craneburg Construction.

According to the firms, the gesture was in furtherance of their corporate social responsibility (CSR).

The private entities made the disclosure  during the ground- breaking ceremony of the project at the secret service’s headquarters in Abuja.

In his speech, Chairman of Lubrik Construction Company, Alhaji Nasiru Danu, who is also on the Board of Craneburg Construction; said the project would be fully funded by both construction companies.
This was as he adisclosed  that the project “would be completed in 16 months, and would meet all international standards”.

Danu urged private organisations to encourage security agencies by carrying out projects that would spur them to do more in the execution of their mandates.

In his response, the DGSS thanked the management of Lubrik Construction and Craneburg Construction, assuring of maximum utilisation of the multi-million naira project.

https://www.newtelegraphng.com/dss-well-make-nigeria-safe-for-businesses-to-thrive/

Re: DSS: We’ll Make Nigeria Safe For Businesses To Thrive by Pauldollars(m): 8:44am On Jul 18
Hausa/Fulani controlled DSS saw that other regions are developing and spraying hard earned money without stealing or working for government.
Re: DSS: We’ll Make Nigeria Safe For Businesses To Thrive by KillMNKnow(f): 8:48am On Jul 18
Awesome y'all DSS should create a Nairaland unit grin cus we are all here.... I mean the law abiding citizens, bandits, ISWAP, Boko Haram, Yahoo boys, IPOB terrorists, Drug traffickers, hoodlums, cultist etc. Are all here on Nairaland

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Re: DSS: We’ll Make Nigeria Safe For Businesses To Thrive by ptc503: 9:03am On Jul 18
Super story

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Re: DSS: We’ll Make Nigeria Safe For Businesses To Thrive by Vulcanheph(m): 9:06am On Jul 18
KillMNKnow:
Awesome y'all DSS should create a Nairaland unit grin cus we are all here.... I mean the law abiding citizens, bandits, ISWAP, Boko Haram, Yahoo boys, IPOB terrorists, Drug traffickers, hoodlums, cultist etc. Are all here on Nairaland
I just want you to know that Nairaland isn't as Anonymous as you think, so be careful of what you say online .... It's for your own good unless you want boys to "carry your matter for head".

N.B. ... I know that you're MANNABBQGRILLS using this new moniker.

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Re: DSS: We’ll Make Nigeria Safe For Businesses To Thrive by HedwigesMaduro(m): 5:49pm On Jul 18
We've heard your comic performance. So, DSS step aside and let the next comic act come on stage.
Re: DSS: We’ll Make Nigeria Safe For Businesses To Thrive by Ogademo1: 6:00pm On Jul 18
Ok

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