DSS warns of attacks during Eid-el-Fitr

The security agency also stated that the attackers are planning to hit public places where people gather, such as parks and places of worship.

 

The DSS also warned people to stay away from crowded places and be cautions of strange packages lying around.

The agency's spokesman, Tony Opuiyo, announced that 14 suspected kidnappers and some members of the Niger Delta Avengers were arrested.

The militant group debunked claims by the Department of State Services (DSS) that its members were arrested.

They also dared the security agency to parade the alleged militants before the press, and allow the boys tell their own story.

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