The State Security Service (SSS) of Nigeria is totally working very hard in order to keep the country at intact and let peace reign in the movements of Nigeria across the Nation. It was a great message to hear the State Security Service arrested a character named Mr Adeola Olaore, who was secretly threatened to assassinate Senator Aloysius Etok. This arrest was done in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, in the day known as Monday.
Marilyn Ogar, the Deputy Director, Public Relations Department of the SSS, declared to newsmen in Abuja that the suspect formulated the plot to defraud Etok. Meanwhile, The Senator had accused Governor Godswill Akpabio of Akwa Ibom of trying to eliminate his life through the act of assassination.
In his speech, he proclaimed that the Governor sought to remove his lifetime because of his objective to contest for the senatorial seat in 2015. But the Akpabio denied the allegation, stating that it was unfounded and totally fabricated to misinform the public.
Alger said Olaore (the suspect), who is an indigenous of Oyo State, used the information he obtained from the media about the fault between the Senator and Akpabio to commit his act. She said that Olaore was apprehended in a Hotel in Abuja, on April 29 after the SSS directed the Senator to play along.
Etok had written a letter to the service concerning the assassination threat.
Following a letter titled “Report of planned assassination by a man who call himself General Africa (an ex-militant) by Senator Etok to this Service, we directed the senator to play along with the suspect and this eventually led to his arrest on April 29,’’ Ogar said.
She said that Olaore said that he got the Senator’s number from the NDDC office in Port Harcourt, where he stumbled on a mail bearing the Senator’s complementary card.
Ogar said the suspect was at the NDDC office to present a mail when he obtained the Senator’s number.
She said the suspect was a graduate of Mechanical Engineering from the Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, and had offered to broker peace between the Senator and the governor.
Written By: David Isoje
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