Abuja - The Nigerian Army has cautioned members of the public, particularly in Borno State, to board commercial vehicles only at designated places to avoid exposure to members of the Boko Haram sect.
The Headquarters 7 Division Maimalari Cantonment Maiduguri, issued the warning in the wake of reports alleged Boko Haram Terrorists would disguised themselves and board vehicles loading at unauthorised locations in order to avoid being detected and apprehended by security agents.
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“The general public is hereby advised to comply with the scheduled movement plans at the authorized garages/parks and report any suspicious persons within their vicinity to law enforcement agencies,” said Acting Deputy Director Army Public Relations, Major Salisu Ibrahim Mustapha.
He described the sect as “dissipated” and “depleted” following inroads made by security forces in the Northeast.
- CAJ News