DSS Official Splashed Urine On Our Heads To Neutralize Any Charm/Odeshi We Might Have – Pius Awoke

Pius Awoke, a lawyer from Ebonyi, who was arrested in 2021 while returning from Abuja and detained for three years in Kogi, Abuja, and Niger State by DSS has shared his harsh treatment in detention

In a report recently shared by The Sun, Awoke said after he and some passengers were arrested, a DSS official poured urine on their heads, believing it would neutralize any protective charms they might have. He said they were later chained in pairs and put in cells.

In Awoke’s words: “At the end of the day, he (DSS official) poured urine into an empty can of bottle water and splashed on our different heads to neutralize any charm/odeshi that we might have and now chained us in twos and put us in the cell. About five days later, they started interrogation. I gave details of where I went and why I went there. So, they never invited us for interview or told us our offences…..Seé Moré

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