[REVEALED] Why DSS Searched Atiku Abubakar’s Private Jet On His Return From Dubai

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has scolded the Department of State Services (DSS) for searching the jet he brought back to Nigeria.

According to reports, the private jet conveying the ex-president from Dubai, landed at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, at 1:30am.

It was however met by operatives of the DSS and other security outfits who were to search for foreign currencies.

Reports by different sources revealed that the security team was made up of DSS operatives and officers of the Nigerian Immigration Service and Nigeria Customs Service.

They were said to have stripped everything including the luggage and also searched the pilot and co-pilot.

It was, however, gathered the operatives found nothing implicating during the operation.

Atiku, while confirming the incident, wrote on his Twitter handle:

“I arrived to Abuja this morning to a search by agents of the state, aimed at intimidating me and my staff,” he wrote.

“I am committed to building a Nigeria where no citizen is intimidated by agents of state who are paid to protect them.”

Meanwhile, Timi Frank, ex-deputy spokesman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), says there was a plot to plant foreign currencies in Atiku’s private jet.

Frank alleged that a special squad deployed by the presidency conducted the search with recording devices.

He said the search lasted for hours and the squad was “disappointed” when they could not find anything implicating.

“Due to information at our disposal, I have been saying it that the PDP presidential candidate is not safe under this administration because the Buhari’s administration is deploying all manners of devilish strategies to nail all the opposition leaders especially, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar,” the statement read.

“We are using this medium to inform the international community to also take note of how Buhari administration is intimidating the opposition presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, who has served Nigeria as vice-president for eight years.”

Frank described the alleged plot as a “desperate to nail him”.

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