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Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by stephanie11: 9:51pm On Aug 06, 2021
Austin Aneke’s treatise on A brief History of Impunity and Lawlessness by SSS aka DSS not only reeks mischief but exhibits all shades of ignorance or failure to acknowledge the role of the Service in safeguarding the Nation’s stability. Not many understand the role and relevance of the SSS in Nigeria and Austin Aneke is sure one of those who does not. Little wonder he displayed this ignorance in the piece he authored. At least, Aneka accurately stated that the SSS is organised, designed, programmed and weaponised to protect the State.

However, the supposition that the agency oppresses the people it has a constitutional role to protect is indicative of the fact that he suffers from the Dunning-Kruger syndrome. It is worthy to note that the mission of the DSS is and has remained the protection and defense of the Federal Republic of Nigeria against domestic threats while upholding and enforcing the criminal laws of Nigeria. In the course of discharging this role, the DSS has constantly adapted to various functions necessitated by mitigating the evolving security threats including terrorism and insurgency in Nigeria.

Unfortunately, Aneke’s understanding of lawlessness or impunity by the DSS is mostly attributed to operations conducted against his sponsors and those bankrolling him. Aneke and his likes are oblivious of the fact that democracy has indisputably provided veritable grounds for the rise of non-state actors, who under the guise of freedom fighters and CSOs, deploy subversive antics to disrupt and overthrow government. Some others, for pecuniary reasons engage in destructive activities with little consideration for its effects on national security.

Though the intentions of these persons and organizations may on surface level seem people-oriented and friendly, they underneath bear well thought-out orchestrations to destabilize the Nation.

It is for this reason that State agents are trained and equipped to decipher these threats and emplace measures to curtail them. How else can Aneke explain several coordinated attacks launched against security agents and sensitive government facilities by ESN that almost plunged the South East into a state of anarchy? Can Aneke explain what would have become of the South East in the hands of "Nnamdi Kanu’s BIAFRA" if DSS does not exhibit professionalism in handling security challenges? The weight and responsibility to ensure stability and internal security of the country falls on the DSS who must enforce its constitutional role to tackle threats that destabilize collective peace of the Nation. These similar tactics are adopted by the CIA, FBI, MI5-, FSB in maintaining stability of the country.

Where was Aneke when the Agency’ tactical and strategic operations led to the arrest of top criminal elements and Boko Haram commanders including Kabiru Sokoto, Husseini Maitangaran, Khalid al-barnawi, Bello Danhajiya amongst others? Is Aneke aware that in February 2013, the DSS broke up a terrorist cell led by Iranian handlers that was gathering intelligence for future attacks on American and Isreali targets in the country. In its intelligence gathering efforts and prompt dissemination, records have shown that the DSS proactively shares proactive information on security threats with strategic partners both within and outside the country. For instance, publicly available information shows that the DSS shared prior intelligence on the 2011 bombing of an international facility in Abuja. The attack was said to be successful due to the failure by top officials of the Facility to implement suitable safeguards.

Other notable operational successes including the arrest of Omar Mohammed Ali Rezaq, the mastermind of the 1993 bombing of an EgyptAir plane in the US is credited to the Services past leadership. The arrest and subsequent deportation of six Pakistani proselyters by the DSS in Benue and another itinerant preacher in Taraba state are evidences of its efforts to mitigate extremist ideology and fundamentalism in the country. What would have become of the South West in the hands of the run-away fugitive Sunday Adeyemo (aka Igboho) if DSS were not proactive?

Despite these glaring successes recorded by the Agency, Aneke and his cohorts continue to subject the DSS in what appears more like programmed criticism. It is however not unexpected as the DSS continues to amplify efforts to maintain stability of the country thereby making it unfavorable for their destabilizing businesses to thrive.

For a discerning patriot to determine and suggest that the DSS is lawless (regardless of documented milestones) and must be demonized is the height of unpatriotism. For any citizen, to even visualise the scenes that preceded #EndSARS protest and further suggest a re-occurence to buttress an imaginary brutal nature of the DSS only gives us out as people who draw wages from destroying the Nigerian entity.

Curiously, Austin Aneke and his likes in the Diaspora are mostly responsible for disparaging the Nigerian government and its revered security institutions. Nigerians who live in Nigeria, who face the threats posed by imperialists, separatists and religious extremists are thankful to the DSS and other security agencies for their loyalty and sacrifices to country and citizens. As we pace towards a stable democracy and a system that runs on the rule of law, it is important for citizens to censor security agencies on the basis of fairness.

Solomon Semaka is the Convener of Save Nigeria Movement (SNM)

https://politicsnigeria.com/solomon-semaka-imagine-a-nigeria-without-dss/

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Techguy96(m): 9:55pm On Aug 06, 2021
Rubbish.
DSS don't do shit in Nigeria, they are just there to do the bidding of their oga at the top

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Muyiwaipere(m): 10:31pm On Aug 06, 2021
Do you mean Buhari personal security

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Demol09(m): 10:31pm On Aug 06, 2021
There's nothing here to imagine, they are as useless as the p in psychology. Only goes after political opponents and the politicians stooges and errand boys. Asides that, no use.

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by SOLUTION99(m): 10:32pm On Aug 06, 2021
Ara
Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by eplanning: 10:32pm On Aug 06, 2021
Den of criminals.

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Kingluqman(m): 10:32pm On Aug 06, 2021
Peace no go still dey grin

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Sonoyom(m): 10:32pm On Aug 06, 2021
We are talking about human rights abuse, this one is trying to divert attention.

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by weblord1900: 10:32pm On Aug 06, 2021
DSS na errand boys nothing much

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by cyrusmillz: 10:32pm On Aug 06, 2021
I have nothing to say ...

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by ohosi4real(m): 10:33pm On Aug 06, 2021
SSS which is also known as Dss is a state secret or security service to secretly handle any investigate matter but today APC government as turn it to Open secret service to use against anybody who against APC government. Apc government as turn Nigeria upside down. It is only God can help Nigerians in the hand of Buhari

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by seunlayi(m): 10:33pm On Aug 06, 2021
DSS is just a tool for oppression.

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Isable012: 10:33pm On Aug 06, 2021
Gooday to you all.


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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by GABRIEL6036: 10:33pm On Aug 06, 2021
I reserve my comment for thunder wey go strike someone now...

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by abobote: 10:33pm On Aug 06, 2021
Presidential security service

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by tobaye(m): 10:33pm On Aug 06, 2021
imaging naigria not having police attal,crash rather homeland securities
Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by reubenobi(m): 10:33pm On Aug 06, 2021
Rubbish!!!

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Mrlouis: 10:34pm On Aug 06, 2021
DAURA SECURITY SERVICE

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by chronique(m): 10:34pm On Aug 06, 2021
Rubbish. The DSS we knew back in the days, is not the same DSS of today. The DSS of today are highly unprofessional.

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by IWillSlapMynd44: 10:34pm On Aug 06, 2021
I will slap Mynd44_a very useless moderator

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Nobody: 10:35pm On Aug 06, 2021
cool. No DSS.............

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by seunlayi(m): 10:35pm On Aug 06, 2021
GABRIEL6036:
I reserve my comment for thunder wey go strike someone now...
thunder is on sabbatical leave when it comes to naija matter

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by ShenTeh(m): 10:35pm On Aug 06, 2021
Between Aneke and this man now, who looks like a paid columnist?

Mr Semaka did nothing to disprove the allegations but tacitly reeled out the resume of the state police.

Imagine him saying
What would have become of the South West in the hands of... Sunday Adeyemo (aka Igboho)..."

Igboho is now the one destabilizing the South-West, not the marauding killer-herdsmen who murder innocent indigenes including women and children in their numbers!

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by seunlayi(m): 10:36pm On Aug 06, 2021
IWillSlapMynd44:
Imagine a Nigeria without Buhari
Gej warned you all in 2015

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Bobotic(m): 10:36pm On Aug 06, 2021
Can't just stop imaging Nigeria with hunger, Giants of wetin again?

Hm..you think say I come here to play, This Nigeria we dey so hm.. angry

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by seunlayi(m): 10:36pm On Aug 06, 2021
Muyiwaipere:
Do you mean Buhari personal security
capital yes

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Iamklade(m): 10:36pm On Aug 06, 2021
Something must be fundamentally wrong with you with this your useless demonic and satanic write up supporting pure unadulterated evil.....your ilks and your sponsors shall be consumed by the very wickedness and sheer hardship sorrow and pains you are advocating for
stephanie11:


https://politicsnigeria.com/solomon-semaka-imagine-a-nigeria-without-dss/

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Sanchez01: 10:36pm On Aug 06, 2021
This is a very disgusting read. There is no denying that the DSS is a lapdog and the government's oppressive tool. However, seeing that a pro-Nigerian group convener wrote this tells you everything you need to know about how a draconian arm of the government is desperate to look good before the public.

If the writer cites Boko Haram, why is the DSS mute on Miyetti Allah and Fulani Herdsmen? Not a single arrest has ever been made yet these folks boldly threaten sitting governors that there won't be peace in their states for opposing open grazing.

I believe in being wicked and owning up. The DSS shouldn't pretend to be a friend of the masses. It is not. So many Nigerians have been treated unjustly by the DSS and all it took was for one nonsense well placed individual to call and order them around. We know the DSS is a lap dog like the EFCC and it is highly partisan. This sponsored post to make the DSS look clean tells of their desperation.

A Nigeria without an ethnic jingoist and a so-called secret service waiting to do his bidding is what the country needs. The DSS is pro-government. Period.

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Re: Imagine A Nigeria Without DSS - Solomon Semaka by Lamasta(m): 10:37pm On Aug 06, 2021
It's high time we reason DSS matter for this country...

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