Boko Haram: Again, DSS invites Mailafiya
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Obadiah Mailafia, a previous Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has said that he has left the National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS.

He said he needed to leave in light of continuous killings in Southern Kaduna influencing his kin.

Review that the previous CBN Deputy Governor has been flame broiled twice by the Department of State Services (DSS) in Jos Office over his ongoing remarks on the killings and Boko Haram terrorists.

“I have resigned from NIPPS,” he told Daily Trust.

“Nobody asked me or pressurized me to resign. I did it on my own.

“I decided that I cannot continue working, with all my good conscience, when my people are continually being killed and genocide is being committed against my people.

“That was the reason I gave, and the management has accepted my resignation,” he added.

He clarified that he allowed NIPPS one month’s notification from eighteenth August to eighteenth September when his renunciation will produce results.

Mailafia kept up that his renunciation is for the wellbeing of everyone.

Mailafia, a previous presidential applicant of the African Democratic Congress, ADC, had last Monday honoured another invitation by the Department of State Services (DSS).

It reviews that it was the second time in five days that the DSS is questioning Mailafia over remarks he made on radio, concerning Boko Haram.

Mailafia had in addition to other things, asserted that a contrite scoundrel disclosed to him that a serving northern governor was an officer of the terrorist group.