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Dokpesi released, to report back to the SSS

Source: pointblanknews.com

Director General of IBB campaign Organization and owner of Daar Communications, Chief Raymod Dokpesi who was arrested by the State Security Services, SSS, in conncection with the October 1 bombing has been release. Dokpesi is expected to report back to the SSS until the investigation leading to the deadly bomb attack is concluded.

Presidential Spokesman, Ima Niboro, could not confirm the release of Dokpesi when Pointblanknews.com called to verify but security sources informed Pointblanknews.com that the arrested IBB chief campaigner was released after questioning at about 11pm Nigeria time. The source hinted that the Edo born High chief is expected to report back to the SSS office until the end of the investigation.

Asked if information obtained from Dokpesi were enough to indict him, the security source said "we have obtained his cell phone records which showed his communication with the detained suspects and he has equally giving us useful information so we can run with that for now while we continue investigations.

Dokpesi was interrogated by the security agencies following a revealing Short Message Service (SMS) text message allegedly sent to the Smartphone of one of the suspects in police custody, asking “if Dokpesi has paid the balance,” and another SMS “inviting another suspect to a meeting at the IBB campaign office.”

A source said, “this was said to have sent alarm signals across the nation's security apparatus, since the suspect concerned is considered to be neck deep in the bombing plot.

“It became more dramatic when another text sent to another suspect in our custody reads: 'lets meet at IBB campaign office,' this led to what is called security circles as 'a high tech sting operation' which in a matter of hours, has netted a wider ring of suspects”.

It was also gathered that a suspect who never knew he was already under surveillance confided in a friend via a text that “na we do am…..meet me make I brief u”, is currently confessing more details to the security agencies.

Another suspect allegedly confessed that “in the last two weeks he bought a brand new Murano SUV from funds received from Dopkesi”.

Part of the confession, according to our source, includes a directive from Mr. Henry Okah that they should destablise the government since Jonathan “was not ready to put serious money on the table,” the security source said.

At the Daar Communications office, staffers wouldn't comment about the development. Some of the staffers who spoke to Daily Sun said it was a campaign issue and advised that only the campaign office can give any information.


 

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