It was made known that the Borno State-born pastor, Kallamu Musa-Dikwa, who accused the Christian Association of Nigeria of collecting N7bn from President Goodluck Jonathan to campaign against the All Peoples Congress presidential candidate, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has raised the alarm that operatives of the Directorate of State Service are after his life.
While insisting that the Christian body collected the said amount, Dikwa said the DSS had forced him to sign a document which they would use against him to prove to the entire world that “the President (Jonathan) did not bribe CAN to work against the Presidential candidate of APC.”
Dikwa said the DSS planned to use the ‘document’ which he was made to sign under duress in some national dailies to portray him as telling lies against the body of Christ.
“They forced me to sign and promise to link me up with the CAN President, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, for us to ‘settle’,” he said
The cleric noted that all these were in addition to pleas from other Christian leaders, especially the Abuja CAN Chairman, to deny that the Christian body collected the said amount (N7bn).
The cleric in Kaduna, on Thursday, told journalists that after the DSS Operatives had treated him like a “common criminal,” they forced him to sign a document to deny what he had said.
According to him, since he broke the news to Nigerians of how the Christian body collected N7bn to work against Buhari, his life had been under threat.
Dikwa explained that as soon as he finished addressing newsmen on the alleged bribe, the DSS invited him to its headquarters in Abuja and asked him to say that CAN did not collect a kobo from the President.