DSS Takes Over Premium Times Office, Moves To Arrest The Editor-In-Chief, Muskilu Mojeed

Personnel of the Department of State Security Services, DSS, are currently laying siege at the office of Premium Times, an online newspaper, in Abuja.

Officials of the Agency also took strategic positions around the home of the newspaper’s Editor-in-Chief, Muskilu Mojeed, on Sunday morning, in an attempt to arrest him.

Two men wearing mufti went to Mojeed’s house on Sunday morning, and told Haulat, his wife, that they had a message for her husband.

They tried to pressure her to open the gate to the house to receive their message for her husband, but the woman insisted on having the ‘message’ passed through the small opening on the gate.

After trying effortlessly to have the woman open the gate, the men turned and left, driving off in a tinted black vehicle.

Recall, that the DSS had earlier launched a manhunt for Samuel Ogundipe, an Investigative Reporter with Premium Times, over a report on the rift between the Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari, and National Security Adviser, NSA, Babagana Monguno.

It was gathered that the Service was angry at the report, which exposed a memo written by Monguno, accusing Kyari of undue interference on matters bordering on National Security.

The Journalist has since gone into hiding, following threats from Operatives of the Agency, who already laid siege to his house.

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