Presidency Curtails Reforms at Nigeria's Spy Agency - Reports

Nigeria's Presidency has ordered Acting Director General of the Department of State Security Services (SSS) Mathew Seiyefa to curtail refroms he has instituted since being named to the post last month when the director general of State Security Service, Lawal Daura, was dismeed. According to reporting by Premium Times and This Day, the new chief of the spy agency is being pressured not to make changes in policies or personnel without the approval of President Muhammadu Buhari's Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari,

Acting Director-General of Nigeria's State Security Service, Matthew Seiyefa


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