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Tuesday, March 29, 2022

"DSS had knowledge of an impending terror attack on the MKO Abiola National stadium" - Journalist David Hundeyin reveals

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Nigerian journalist, David Hundeyin, has revealed that the DSS knew about the impending attack on the MKO Abiola National stadium yesterday. (Read More Here).

According to the journalist, he shared a statement from the DSS, which shows the department knew that there will vandalism on the National Stadium, but kept calm. 

Not only did they keep calm, they also pinned the vandalising on IPOB, which is seen in its statement below. Yesterday, it was reported that angry fans had stormed the pitch at the National stadium to destroy things, over failure of Super Eagles to qualify for FIFA World Cup in Qatar 2022. 

David Hundeyin wrote: "Apparently the DSS had knowledge of an impending terror attack on the MKO Abiola stadium during the game and all they did was write a memo pinning it on IPOB (their usual punching bags) in advance, and they WENT AHEAD WITH THE GAME.

"Buhari didn't attend the game did he? Nigeria's government and security establishment deserve nothing but the very worst things life has to offer.
These guys are subhuman!"

The statement reads:

"The intelligence available to the Service indicate imminent attack on M.K.O Abiola National Stadium, Abuja by members of the Proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)) using prime improvised explosive devices on 29th March, 2022. The attack hatched to target the return World Cup Qualifiers match between Nigeria and Ghana aimed at causing maximum casualty and attention to the secessionist agenda of the dissident group."

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