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Tukur Mamu: DSS Widens Scope Of Investigations, Clamps Down On Associates, Arrests Father-in-law

Nigeria’s Department of State Services (DSS) has widened the scope of their investigations on the embattled terrorists/bandits negotiator, Tukur Mamu, as the began a clampdown on his associates and relations.

Towards this, operatives of the DSS have arrested Mamu’s father-in-law, Abdullahi Mashi on Thursday night. 

Sources confirmed that the operatives also visited the house of Mamu’s brother-in-law, Ibrahim Tinja, who was arrested and deported with the Desert Herald Publisher on Wednesday.

Mamu and four members of his family were arrested at the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport on Wednesday after they were deported from Egypt on the request of Nigeria’s intelligence agencies.

The Publisher was said to be travelling to Saudi Arabia for lesser hajj together with his two wives, his eldest son, Faisal Mamu and brother-in-law, Ibrahim Tinja.

Sources also confirmed while Mamu’s wives have been released, the Publisher, his son and brother-in-law are still in custody.

Daily Trust

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