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EXPOSED: Daura's Many Atrocities At The DSS: His Children, Grandchildren, Spouses On N200k Monthly Allowance

EXPOSED: Daura's Many Atrocities At The DSS: His Children, Grandchildren, Spouses On N200k Monthly Allowance

Lawal Daura, The Notorious Nigeria's Sacked DSS DG

Sources close to the security forces have confirmed the reasons why staff of the DSS jubilated when they heard of the sack of the erstwhile Director-General, Lawal Daura.

It was gathered that he assumed extraordinary powers immediately he assumed office  and that he ensured that all Directors at the National Headquarters of the service are made to queue up  to pay homage to him daily.

A source said: “To add salt to injury, you cannot even go and ease yourself because, once he sighted you in the CCTV that you have left, you are in soup.” Before Daura, Directors at the Headquarters of the service are allocated a Prado SUV, a Peugeot 508 as official cars and one Toyota Hilux as utility car.

It was also gathered that Daura reduced the monthly subvention of the Directors by as much as 70 per cent under the pretext that there is no money.

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The former DSS was also said to have stopped the welfare all DSS staff even though it was said that he approved US dollars to sponsor some trips abroad.

Many of the operatives were allegedly denied their allowances usually paid for operational deployments a source said the In 2017, the former DG DSS allegedly sponsored 32 persons, including some of his wives and grandchildren to the USA with some of them getting as much as $10,000 for adults  and others got $5,000 as PTA

“Training programmes and other official benefits were stopped. Even overseas training which are to be sponsored by the foreign institutions suffered because of lack of interest to treat files. Most at times, the event must have been  concluded months after, before he would see the file and he was always proud to write ‘belated, file away,” a source stated.

But sources said that despite the claim of paucity of funds, the man alleged said to have placed his children and grandchildren and their spouses on monthly allowances of  about N200,000 monthly.

The source further said: “The wives and grown up children were collecting petrol voucher for 100 litres per week, whereas operational vehicles are not properly fuelled, except those on standby for special operations like the operation at the National Assembly.

Officials of the DSS were told that Dangote Group donated vehicles just like the company did to the Police but that the embattled ex-DG converted the vehicles to personal use.

“Each wife goes around in convoy with details. In fact, the third wife who is based in Kano is nursing the ambition to contest for house of Reps in Kano.”

He was also said to have diverted trailer loads of rice donated by Dangote to Kano so that the said wife used as political gift to would be constituents.

Further details indicated that even Daura’sneighbours in Gwarimpa, Abuja and Katsina also did not enjoy him as some of them were said to have jubilated over his removal because of his oppressive conducts a source in the know said:  “When a transformer serving his house in Daura got burnt, the neighborhood was all looking for his help for replacement. Daura however bought a smaller transformer that will serve only his house and connected same without minding what became the fate of his neighbours

His neighbours in Gwarimpa lamented that since he became DGSS it has remained difficult to see him for any help.

Nigerian Tribune

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