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DSS Releases Obadiah Mailafia After Six Hours Interrogation Over His Comment On Boko Haram

Mailafiya had claimed that the commander of the deadly Boko Haram sect was a serving Northern governor.

The Department of State Security (DSS) has released a former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Obadiah Mailafia, after he was invited over recent comments he made about Bandits ands Boko Haram.

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KanyiDaily had reported earlier that Mailafia was invited to the DSS office in Jos following a revelation he made that a serving northern governor is the commander of dreaded terrorist group, Boko Haram.

Malaifiya, who reported to the Jos office of the DSS at about 12:48pm, was accompanied by his lawyers, Pius Akubo (SAN) and Yakubu Bawa, in an ash-coloured Range Rover vehicle marked Abuja 843 LX.

Those denied entrance were later joined by placard-carrying protesters who also stormed the Kuba Road office of the DSS, and waited till his release at about 6:30pm.

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KanyiDaily recalls that Mailafia had during a radio programme on Monday said that a top repentant terrorist revealed to him that a serving Northern governor was a commander of the Boko Haram insurgents.

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