The president of the Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force, Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, is currently being interrogated at the headquarters of the State Security Service in Abuja.
Dokubo was invited by the SSS, following his alleged inflammatory statements in connection to the 2015 election, in which he stressed in unequivocal terms that there will be bloodshed, if President GoodluckJonathan was not re-elected.
Dokubo, an ex-militant, arrived the SSS office at about 9.45am on Thursday, with scores of his supporters, and his lawyer.
The SSS Deputy Director, Public Relations, Marilyn Ogar, confirmed that it was questioning Dokubo based on the inflammatory comments.
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Source: Radio Biafra.
By SaharaReporters, New York
A member of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) shot and killed a mobile policeman during a shoot-out with armed robbers in Yenegoa.
The NSCDC personnel and the deceased mobile policeman were both attached to the State Security outfit, ‘Operation Door Akpor.’
Police sources said that the security patrol team had engaged armed robbers in a shoot-out at Edepie axis of the state capital after it received a distress call that robbers have attacked a petrol station in the area.
Police public relations officer in the state, Mr. Alex Akhigbe, who confirmed the incident, described the death of the policeman as an unfortunate mishap.
“Last Monday night, the police received a distress call that armed robbers had attacked a petrol station at Edepie roundabout in the state capital.
“When the patrol team got there, the robbers opened fire on sighting the police van, so there was a shoot-out, and in the process, the civil defense personnel mistakenly shot his patrol team colleague,” Akhigbe said.