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DSS Orders the Stoppage of EndSARS’ Foreign Travel and their Freezed Accounts

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The Department of Secret Service has been said to be the cause of the freezing of #EndSARS’ supporters’ accounts and their stoppage from foreign travels.

In responding to the order, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, freezed the bank accounts of 19 persons and a firm they found supporting and financing the protest.

In adddition to that, the Security Service also ordered the Nigeria Immigration Service to prevent these supporters from entering or leaving the country. As a matter of fact, they were conceived to be directed and used by some international and local conspirators that are looking out for any means to remove President Buhari.

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According to the report gathered, the DSS directed Central Bank to freeze these accounts immedaiately they were notified that these protesters were being used to fuel and finance the protest with the aim of fighting against the Federal Government.

And as part of DSS’s investigation to stabilize a national security check, they also directed the Immigration Service to disallow these individuals connected to the protest from coming or travelling out of the country.

In addition, DSS’s order to CBN and Immigration Service came as a direct order from the Presidency. Therefore, none of them has no right or power to infringe on the order for any reason.

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According to an anonymous intelligence source, “the freezing of the bank accounts of some persons with ties to the EndSARS movement and their inability to travel is beyond the CBN and NIS. They were given direct orders by the Presidency in the name of national security and they must comply with such others. They cannot even debate such or ask questions over such. It is now beyond them and purely for the Intelligence agencies”.

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