DSS For A Second Time Raises Alarm Over Plans To Destabilise Nigeria

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The Department of State Services (DSS) says it has uncovered syndicated plots by some undesirable groups to cause a breakdown of law and order in various parts of the country including Abuja.

BIGPEN Online understands it is the second time within the ember month that the DSS is raising such alarm.

In September, the DSS also alerted the nation over plans by subversive groups and individuals to undermine national security, peace and the unity of the country.

In that statement, its Spokesperson, Dr Peter Afunanya, warned the masterminds to watch it as the full weight of the law would be brought against them

According to the Service, “these elements are determined to exploit political differences and other occurrences, within and outside the country, to destabilize the nation.

On Tuesday, the agency in another statement said, “The arrangement is to instigate protests, mass action and violence with a view to causing anarchy and destabilizing the country.

“These predetermined actions have been designed to take place simultaneously in the major cities across the geopolitical zones in the coming weeks. This is more so that the plotters are also targeting the yuletide seasons to accomplish their sinister motives.

“Considering the implications of these on public safety and national security, the Service wishes to warn the anti-democratic elements responsible for these heinous plots to desist forthwith from their inglorious acts.

“Consequently, parents are advised to rein in their wards and enjoin them not to allow themselves to be used to foment trouble.

“Similarly, Heads of academic and public institutions are to warn their students and employees respectively from engaging in any untoward activity against public order.

“The Service and other sister agencies are at alert and will ensure that peace and security are maintained in all parts of the country before, during and after the festive periods.

“Law abiding citizens are equally encouraged to go about their normal businesses without fear but report any suspected persons or breach of peace to the nearest security office to them”.

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