Armed DSS operatives vacate National Assembly

Last week , armed men with special guns, called Tavor, 10 in number, and took positions around the building that houses the two chambers of the National Assembly

The armed masked men believed to be operatives of the Department of State Services have vacated the National Assembly premises.
Last week , armed men with special guns, called Tavor, 10 in number, and took positions around the building that houses the two chambers of the National Assembly.
However on Tuesday (today), only policemen with AK47 guns were stationed around both chambers of the National Assembly.
The reason for their withdrawal from National Assembly was not yet known as at press time.
It could be recalled that following the invasion of the Senate Chamber and taking away of the mace, the Senate directed both the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, and the Director General of the DSS, Lawal Daura, to beef up security around the National Assembly.