The Department of State Services (DSS) seems to be entangled with the past and present.

It appears its former DG, Lawal Daura is still engaging in some services.

While trying to figure that out, it has denied that the former Director-General of the service, Mr Lawal Daura, is still in control of its affairs.

Mr Peter Afunanya, Public Relations Officer of the service disclosed in a statement on Tuesday that the service would not tolerate acts of impersonation designed to undermine its operations.

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“While the Service debunks this false belief, it warns that any person or group that further engages him or his representatives/associates does so at their own peril,” he said.

Afunanya enjoined the public to avoid circumstances under which unsuspecting persons might be deceived.

The spokesman reiterated the service’s continued commitment to the core values of professionalism, selflessness, vigilance and the rule of law.

In August 2018, Daura was sacked by the then acting President, Yemi Osinbajo for ordering personnel of the service to lay siege to the National Assembly.

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