Five Months After, DSS Returns Tambuwal's Security (allAfrica.com)

The Department of State Services (DSS) has returned its officers and men hitherto attached to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal.
Sources close to the Speaker told Daily Trust that the security personnel who were withdrawn on October 30 last year, have been redeployed back to him.
However, the Nigeria Police is yet to restore its officers who were also withdrawn alongside that of the DSS.
Our correspondent who visited the Speaker’s residence in Maitama Abuja, sighted some of the security operatives in the house.
Tambuwal had been away to Saudi Arabia to perform the lesser Hajj and returned to Nigeria yesterday afternoon to meet the security personnel, including the chief security officer and chief detail.
The Federal Government had on October 30 last year withdrawn all security personnel attached to the Speaker after he defected from the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
One of the security men that were returned told Daily Trust that they received a communication signal to resume duty at the Speaker’s residence in the early hours of yesterday.
The Speaker has been having a running battle with the Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba, for refusing to recognise him as Speaker, arguing that by defecting to the APC, Tambuwal has lost his membership of the House of Representatives.
The police also locked out the Speaker from the National Assembly on November 20 and later teargassed him along with many other lawmakers.
Already, a Senate investigative panel has cleared the IGP of any blame over the security siege on National Assembly complex.