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DSS Operative Friday afternoon in Kano raided Bureau de change spots and arrested no fewer than 40 currency dealers.

Eyewitness, Umar Iliya told Vanguard that the operative stormed the Wapa area at about noon, seized selected men and took them away in security van

The witness said the operation causes stir culminating in a pandemonium before their identity was revealed.

It was learnt that simultaneously, another group currency dealers were arrested at the Aminu Kano International Airport, as well few others at Central hotel general area of the city.

Although the DSS officials are quiet over the operation, but the Auditor General of Association of Currency Dealers, in Kano, AbdulHamid Kabeer confirmed the incident. According to Kabeer “they arrested over 40 of our members in an operation that barely lasted half an hour.”

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  1. Crude and vodoo economic practice and policy. It is sad that Nigeria has gradually returned to police state. It shows how incompetent confused and ignorant this present useless APC government is.
    Nigerians curse the day that APC was formed.
    APC! Werepe change!
    Apc! Kworshiokor change!
    Sai Baba!
    Sai Tinubu!

    1. Isiaka or whatever you call your self, what can be done that will make you OK? I don't know you but from your comments, you appear to be a miserable fellow. Please learn to live with those things you cannot change.

  2. BYFORCE economics can only result in negative investor perception and capital flight....The western world is laffing at us...

  3. BUHARI simply continued from where he stopped in 1984, Did anyone remember the Obnoxious foreign exchange and miscellaneous offences decree of 1984, that jailed Fela for having 1,600 pounds sterling on him at the airport..

  4. This is a desperate approach to governance.
    Pursuing and arresting mallams will lead to an underground BLACKMARKET.
    Egypt also used this methods but they later devalued the Egyptian pound totally
    and things are now looking up.


  5. Do you have to apply harsh and physical measures to end the recession?
    This looks like another Idi Amin movie in real life..

  6. Baba Bubu is fight corruption but lacks an idea called BRIGHT


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