DSS planning massive clampdown on social media users over Buhari's health crisis - Sahara Reporters

DSS planning massive clampdown on social media users over Buhari's health crisis - Sahara Reporters

- President Muhammadu Buhari's illness is still a trending topic in Nigeria

- There are allegations that the president's absence is being taken advantage of by some of those close to him

- A recent report suggests Nigerian social media users might be in trouble

A report by Sahara Reporters indicates that Nigeria's secret police, the Department of State Services (DSS) allegedly has plans to shut down opposition against the present administration on social media.

According to the report, the DSS has sent a delegation to Russia to learn how to shut down social media and target users over President Muhammadu Buhari's health.

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The report also gave indications that those close to the president are panicky and confused over his health crisis.

NAIJ.com cannot independently verify these claims.

President Buhari has been in the United Kingdom on medical vacation for more than 50 days prompting fears that he might be incapacitated.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the Kwara state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Ishola Balogun-Fulani, has raised the alarm that some people close to the federal government are taking advantage of the ill health of President Buhari to destabilise his government.

The APC chieftain made the comment during a media briefing in the Kwara state capital, Illorin on Friday, June 30.

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In the interview below with NAIJ.com TV, APC chieftain, Comrade Timi Frank warns the ruling party to resolve its internal bickering before 2019.

Source: Naij.com

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