Mr Kanu’s whereabouts was unknown, until he surfaced in Israel recently, after the alleged September 14 raid by a combined team of the Army, Police and the DSS at his home in Umuahia, Abia.
“The Service wishes to state that the news is fake, mischievous and defamatory. It is nothing but a figment of the imagination of the originators,” he said.
A statement by the Public Relations Officer of the service, Peter Afunanya, said the purported report was fake, mischievous and defamatory.
He said the stock in trade of Mr Kanu and his collaborators, was to peddle rumours, gossips and propaganda aimed at subverting the government, its key agencies and officials,
He said the service was aware of some unscrupulous elements keen on exploiting the situation to constitute a nuisance to the freedom of Nigerians as guaranteed in the Constitution.
Mr Afunanya said the elements were also keen on disrupting the forthcoming 2019 general elections.
“The DSS will not idly standby and watch these undesirable elements achieve their aims,” he said.