It has been discovered that Policemen and operatives of the DSS have seized security business at the house of Onnoghen stopping the journalist from gaining access.
Police officers and men of the Department of State Security have reportedly seized the house of the suspended chief justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen barring journalists from accessing the house, Punch has reported.
A Punch correspondent who tried to gain access to the house located close to the Supreme Court was denied entry by stern-looking security men comprised of the police officers and Department of State Services men.
He was sent back by the men wearing presidential villa accreditation tag who told him his visit couldn’t be allowable.
One of the DSS men, who questioned the correspondent, asked, “What is your mission here.”
Punch correspondent: I’m here to look at the case around the house of the CJN to avoid dishonorable report.
DSS: are you invited?
Correspondent: I don’t need a proper invite during this circumstance, I solely return to own first-hand info.
DSS: which means you’re here on sight and see. Sight and see isn’t allowed. Make a detour and return.
The operative then beckoned on armed policemen to guide our correspondent out.