…By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media.
DSS Prevents EFCC Access to Office, Sparks Controversy
Analysis: The article reports on the rift between the Department of State Services (DSS) and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) regarding the ownership of a building in Ikoyi, Lagos.
The DSS had reportedly blocked the building and stationed an armored tank in front, preventing EFCC officials from accessing their office.
The incident prompted a swift response from President Bola Tinubu, who ordered the DSS to vacate the premises and resolve the issue amicably.
Tinubu’s Directive Aims to Resolve Agency Conflict Peacefully
President Tinubu’s media aide, Tunde Rahman, issued a statement in response to the DSS-EFCC rift, conveying Tinubu’s order for the DSS to vacate the building and urging a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
The statement emphasizes the President’s commitment to addressing any issues between important government agencies through amicable means.
Shehu Sani, in his cryptic Twitter post, suggests that former President Buhari’s approach would have been less proactive and could have resulted in prolonged inaction, requiring external intervention.
Shehu Sani Implies Contrasting Leadership Styles
Shehu Sani’s Twitter remark indirectly compares the leadership styles of President Tinubu and former President Buhari.
Sani implies that Buhari’s approach would have been characterized by delayed action and reliance on non-state actors to resolve the situation, such as the Boys Scout or vigilantes.