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Boko Haram attack: Gov. Zulum ignored warning not to move – Ex-DSS boss

Dennis Amakiri, a former Deputy Director of the Division of State Providers (DSS), has stated that Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State was really warned towards embarking on the latest journey that led to the assault on his convoy by Boko Haram terrorists.

Amakiri stated the Governor ignored the intelligence report and felt he might go on with the journey.

The previous DSS chief stated this throughout a particular programme on Channels Tv to mark Nigeria’s independence anniversary on Thursday, October 1, 2020.

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Amakiri stated, “The Governor of Borno State was given the intelligence that this highway isn’t secure, he felt he might go.

“And being the Chief Government, he ventured out. He was attacked twice. I hope he won’t go once more as a result of not less than they proceed telling him, managing him to be sure that he retains himself secure.”

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In response to him, earlier than Very Vital Individuals transfer, there are specific procedures to be carried.

The ex-DSS boss stated that the general public figures are uncovered to hazard if such procedures are usually not met.

DAILY POST reported that late final month, a convoy conveying officers of Governor Zulum was attacked close to Monguno city by terrorists, killing not less than 11 safety operatives amongst others.

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In his response, President Muhammadu Buhari had described the ambush on the entourage of Zulum as orchestrated sabotage towards the lengthy deliberate return of displaced individuals to their native communities.

 

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