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Presidency Keeps Mum On Buhari’s CSO Removal

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Following reports that the chief security officer (CSO) to President Muhammadu Buhari has been removed, the presidency is yet to confirm to the news.



Premium Times had reported that Bashir Abubakar was removed and replaced by Idris Ahmed from the headquarters of the State Security Services in Abuja. It was gathered that Abubakar was ordered to proceed on an immediate “strategic course” at a university in Buenos Aires, Argentina at the insistence of the Director General of the DSS, Yusuf Bichi.



Although details are still sketchy about Abubakar's removal, Daily Trust reports that the presidential spokespersons, Femi Adesina and Garba Shehu, are yet to reply to text messages sent to them on the matter.


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I don't get you

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[ @lisamelz: ] Following reports that the chief security officer (CSO) to President Muhammadu Buhari has been removed, the presidency is yet to confirm to the news.



Premium Times had reported that Bashir Abubakar was removed and replaced by Idris Ahmed from the headquarters of the State Security Services in Abuja. It was gathered that Abubakar was ordered to proceed on an immediate “strategic course” at a university in Buenos Aires, Argentina at the insistence of the Director General of the DSS, Yusuf Bichi.



Although details are still sketchy about Abubakar's removal, Daily Trust reports that the presidential spokespersons, Femi Adesina and Garba Shehu, are yet to reply to text messages sent to them on the matter.

we are till waiting

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Ok o no problem with that

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Let us wait for the outcome

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Waiting for his speech

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what is really that cso,tell me why they want to remove her

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Good security

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That's really amazing

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Na in own bis sha.

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Presidency Keeps Mum On Buhari’s CSO Removal

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He Was Remove To Go And Study Course

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so everybody knows education is now important

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This is good decision.

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interesting and nice

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What could have caused that

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na im no who im go choose or remove na im office

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Do what ever you want Mr president

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He love his life more then his citizen

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This is lovely

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Such wonderful news

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Daily Trust reports that the presidential spokespersons, Femi Adesina and Garba Shehu, are yet to reply to text messages sent to them on the matter.

They should reply na

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already noted noww

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