Labour Party Slams DSS after it’s confirmation of plot to install interim govt, make strong revelation
Labour Party kicks as DSS confirms plot to install interim government, slams the secret police for turning a blind eye to electoral violence
The Labour Party (LP) has stated that the ‘threat’ of the Department of State Services will not intimidate Nigerians.
The Labour Party, via its Chief Spokesperson Yunusa Tanko, expressed confidence that citizens would not abandon their “legitimate right” to seek judicial redress “to reclaim their mandate which was freely given to the party’s presidential candidate in the 2023 election, Peter Obi, which was brazenly stolen.”
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Recall that the DSS stated on Wednesday that the plot by “misguided” political actors to suspend the constitution and install an interim government is real.
Peter Afunanya, spokesman for the DSS, vowed in a statement that the secret police would employ all available weapons to foil the plot.
Tanko was perplexed as to why it took the security agency so long to take proactive measures to prevent chaos when thugs intimidated voters in several regions of Nigeria during the recently concluded general elections.
“The LP and Nigerians cannot be intimidated, truth be told. When the DSS was required to issue a warning, it failed to do so. It failed to do so, and this gave impetus to those who desired to derail the democratic system and escape.
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“Let me give you an example. Where was the DSS statement when members and supporters of the LP were intimidated and denied the right to vote in Lagos? During the campaign period, our members were maimed and killed, and the DSS issued no warning.
“Where was the DSS when people were being racially profiled at a certain time? “The stolen ballot boxes and the people’s mandate were nowhere to be found,” he stated.
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