Buhari's daughter Hanan denies reporting someone using her old line to DSS

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One of the daughters of President MUHAMMADU BUHARI, HANAN BUHARI has responded to the accusations that the Department of State Services arrested one  ANTHONY OKOLIE, a trader for ten weeks for using a telephone line she had used previously.


HANAN said although she had received initial complaints from relatives that her old line is being used by someone else, she never reported to DSS.


The President’s daughter said this in a counter-affidavit to the originating motion filed by OKOLIE.



Okolie had sued the DSS, Hanan and company, MTN for his 10-week ordeal in the security services’ detention.



The trader had accused the DSS of detaining him for 10 weeks, denying him bail and access to his lawyers for using a telephone line that was earlier owned by Hanan.


OKOLIE accused the DSS of detaining him for over ten weeks after HANAN failed to clear his name while she was in the United Kingdom for studies.



She said she should have never been joined to the suit filed on her behalf by one IDRIS ABDULLAHI, as she had no knowledge of OKOLIE’s arrest.



She however said she has no authority to give orders to the DSS.



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