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By David Keene
Most Americans get their kicks from their own game
Topic - State Security Service
State Security Service (SSS) is the primary federal government law enforcement agency of Nigeria. It is primarily responsible for internal policing, and is one of three successor organisations to the National Security Organization (NSO), dissolved in 1986. The SSS has come under repeated criticism from both within Nigeria and without charging it as an instrument of political repression, used by whatever government is then in power to harass and intimidate political opponents. SSS officials maintain they act constitutionally, providing needed internal peace and security for the people of Nigeria. - Source: Wikipedia
Nigerian security agents have seized the passport and are plotting to arrest the internationally respected banker who was ousted as Central Bank governor after he revealed that billions of petrodollars are missing from the treasury, a friend and former Cabinet minister said Friday.
Days before a car bombing at a United Nations headquarters in Nigeria that killed 23 people, the country's secret police arrested two men suspected of organizing the attack, authorities said Wednesday, raising questions about why it wasn't averted.