The All Progressives Congress (APC) is telling the Department of State Security Service, DSS, to make public the outcome of its investigations after the alleged raid by the security service on the facility the party claims it uses as a data centre.
The APC on Tuesday said that the DSS should be ready to apologise to Nigerians if the outcome of its investigations does not lead to the claimed cloning of Permanent Voter Cards which were said to be the business carried out at the data centre in Lagos.
The party, in a statement signed by its Spokesperson, Lai Mohammed, said “Any further delay in telling Nigerians the outcome of the investigations, after almost 10 days, could mean that the DSS is trying to manufacture evidence to support its faulty intelligence.”
Meanwhile, the DSS, in a swift response says, “After concluding its investigation, given the scale and magnitude of what has been discovered that would shock Nigerians, we will accordingly inform Nigerians and the world of our findings and the law will take its course.”
In the meantime, the APC has gone to court to seek redress since last week’s purported raid on its office in Lagos.