In News by stephen abiodun on the 06th, September, 2020

FG on crimson alert as Customs intelligence report claims Boko Haram have arrange camps in Abuja, Kogi and Nasarawa

FG on red alert as Customs intelligence report claims Boko Haram have set up camps in Abuja, Kogi and Nasarawa

Safety businesses within the nation have been placed on crimson alert following an intelligence report that the Boko Haram sect might need begun to put siege on the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, Kogi, and Nasarawa state.

Thisday stories that an inside memo issued by the Comptroller Enforcement of the Nigerian Customs Service, H.A. Sabo on behalf of the Deputy Comptroller Common Enforcement, Investigation, and Inspection, on September four, 2020, states that intelligence report gathered by the company means that members of the terrorist group have established camps in and across the FCT, a growth that constitutes critical safety concern to the seat of energy.

“Additional stories have it that they’re planning to assault some choose targets inside the territory.

They’re reported to have arrange their camps within the following recognized enclaves: Kunyam bush alongside airport highway off DIA workers quarters, Abuja, Robochi/Gwagwalada forest, Kwaku forest Kuje -Abuja, Unaisha forest in Tata Native Authorities of Nasarawa State, Gegu Forest near Idu city in Kogi State.”the report from Customs reads partly

Reacting to the event, Senior Particular Assistant to the President on Media, Garba Shehu, mentioned

“The Comptroller Common of the Nigeria Customs Service, Col. Hamid Ali (Rtd) has confirmed that the intelligence arm of the company made sure discoveries of safety nature and consistent with their responsibility to the nation, they’ve drawn the eye of safety and intelligence businesses to what they discovered.

He has, nonetheless, not authorised the issuance of any inside memo to his instructions as regards to their discovery.”

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The administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has repeatedly claimed that it had decimated the terrorist group though the insurgents proceed to assault each troops and civilians within the North-East a part of Nigeria.

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