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DSS DG Yusuf Bichi appeals to Nigerians to stop celebrating the death of security operatives

Yusuf Bichi, the Director General of the Department of State Services (DSS) has appealed to Nigerians to desist from celebrating death of security operatives killed in frontline battle by insurgents.

This appeal was made by the DSS Boss while speaking at the 2020 International Youth Day celebration organised by the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) in Abuja.

The DSS Boss who was represented by the spokesperson of the agency, Peter Afunaya said efforts of security agencies in building peace and stability in Southern Kaduna had helped in controlling the killings and destruction of properties in affected communities in the state.

The DSS DG urged Nigerians to learn to support security operatives defending the sovereignty and integrity of the nation rather than lash them for not living up to individual expectations.

He added that it is unfair to celebrate the death of someone because you think they are not doing so much.

Bichi said;

“It is not good that our youths, our mothers, the entire citizens will continue to condemn security agencies.

“They are doing so much; they keep awake when you are asleep, they are in the rains, they are in the sun.

“Some one that is killed in Borno or elsewhere is the father of someone, he is a husband of a wife and an uncle to someone.

“So you do not celebrate over the death of someone because you think they are not doing so much. They are and in very challenging conditions.

“We work in very precarious situations and what we need is the support of Nigerians, we need your prayers, we need information from you so that in every conflict, all parties are concerned, every party goes on defense, and all parties try to win.”

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