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“Some of them are in the executive arm of government, some of them are in the parliamentary/legislative arm of government while some of them are even in the judiciary. Some are also in the armed forces, the police and other security agencies. Some continue to dip their hands and eat with you and you won’t even know the person who will point a gun at you or plant a bomb behind your house.”
Though the Defence Headquarters has continued to dismiss or downplay insinuations that there are troubles within, it was gathered that much of the sophisticated surveillance equipment recently acquired by two security agencies have been devoted to tracking and monitoring many military officers and other security agents involved “in the processing of information, planning, deployment of troops and logistics for operations in the North East with a view to block leakages and fish out moles and fifth columnists in the system.”
The security source further revealed that some suspects had already been arrested as a result of the latest effort. Some of them are said to be going through further screening and investigations by their various formations.
While dispelling insinuations that some top military officers were being detained over alleged links with Boko Haram on Tuesday, Director of Defence Information, Major General Chris Olukolade however explained that “Disciplinary processes being undertaken in any formation of the Nigerian Army are at best routine and definitely not at the level that has been so willfully exaggerated for clearly sinister motives.”
In an exclusive online interview with Saturday Sun on the latest development, General Olukolade assured that strict measures are being taken against fifth columnists in the armed forces adding that sufficient screening is also done at the point of recruitment to ensure that bad eggs are not given any opportunity.
His words: “all agencies participating in a joint operation come under one command. If anyone from any service or organization outside the military is involved in any misdemeanor, the inter-service channels will be utilized to demand appropriate justice as stipulated by the laws/regulations of his organization after proper investigations and reports.
“As for the military personnel, apart from the usual regimental procedures that work to prevent or sanction such tendencies, various provisions of the Armed Forces Act are available to ensure due justice in the event of any breach.
All investigations by the military police will seek to confirm enough ground for prosecution for appropriate trial process.
“With regards to the likelihood of moles coming in through recruitment exercise, this will not be as easy as imagined. There is thorough screening at all stages of the recruitment process. The process is quite capable of detecting any false identity.”
Notwithstanding the assurance from the DHQ, multiple security sources familiar with the process of recruitment into the nation’s security forces insist that only about half of the number of those recruited go through the normal process while the other half are taken through recommendations from high quarters and VIPs while subsequent background checks done by a few agencies are not thorough enough to discover anything aside those who forge educational qualifications.
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