Editor's note: The Center for International and Strategic Studies, Abuja has unraveled plots by some foreign backed groups to destabilize and rubbish the sovereignty of Nigeria.
The group said its research work revealed that some foreign elements have perfected plans to use some NGOs to further their evil agenda in the Nigeria.
In a letter to the presidency, the CISS said called on the acting President Yemi Osinbanjo to sit up as the foreign elements have succeeded in poisoning the hearts of some Nigerians to cause confusion.
The research, CISS was authored by Shuabu Danfulani, a professor of law and Dr. Ifure, the Secretary General of the Centre.
Below is the letter:
The Acting President,
Federal Republic of Nigeria,
Your Excellency Sir,
The Centre for International and Strategic studies wishes to bring to your notice a well-orchestrated plot by some group of persons masquerading under the umbrella of civil society organisations to destabilize Nigeria through their activities.
The groups, though bearing different names, however, their message are alarmingly the same in concept and dissemination.
Your Excellency, in the light of the above, the Centre for International and Strategic Studies commissioned a research work to bring to the knowledge of the Nigerian government this destabilisation plot, its masterminds and examples of the similarities in the conceptualisation and delivery of their messages.
This study identified three organisations: Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Inter-Society) and Amnesty International (AI).
Your Excellency, please find enclosed the research document and findings, which in our opinion would assist the relevant security agencies in the country, further understand the peculiarity of these organisations with a view to designing and implementing an appropriate counter-strategy.
Please accept the assurances of my highest regards.
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