Chairman of the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) chapter of the union, Prof. Rabiu Nasiru, made the declaration at a news conference he addressed on Friday in Zaria, Kaduna State.
He said that the news conference was aimed at calling the attention of concerned authorities and the general public to “unwholesome activities of some personnel of the DSS’’.
“His fault, if any, was that he drove in the front of a motorcade being escorted by the DSS.
“Besides the physical assault, they also smashed the windscreen and broke the side mirror of Mohammed’s car in a show of force for no just cause,’’ Nasiru said.
ASUU called on the leadership of the DSS to take punitive measures against the officers involved as they portrayed the organisation in bad light.
Nasiru further demanded that the DSS should promptly make the personnel responsible for the shameful act to repair the damaged car of the victim with immediate effect to avoid facing legal action.
He appealed to the National Assembly to reorganise the DSS or review the provisions of Section 315 of the 1999 Constitution that incorporated the 1986 Decree 19, issued by the military.
Others are Maitama Sule University and Sule Lamido University Kafin-Hausa, Kano. (NAN)