Boko Haram Terrorists Planning To Attack Abuja And Others- Customs
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Customs raise the caution over fear monger camps in Abuja, Kogi, Nasarawa
The Nigeria Customs Service has requested that its officials remain alert in Abuja as there are Boko Haram psychological militant camps in and around the Federal Capital Territory.
In a notification with reference NCS/ENF/ABJ/180/S.I/VOL.II, gave by the Comptroller, Enforcement Headquarters, H.A. Sabo, in Wuse Zone 3, Abuja, the NCS said it had data that fear mongers were in Abuja.
In the notification named, "Insight on National Security," the NCS stated, "Data arriving at the Comptroller-General of Customs uncovered the presence of Boko Haram fear based oppressor camps in and around the Federal Capital Territory."
The NCS additionally expressed in the notification located on Saturday and dated August 20, 2020, that reports had it that the psychological oppressors were intending to assault some chosen focuses inside the region.
It included that the fear mongers had allegedly set up their camps in Kunyan Bush along air terminal street, off DIA Staff Quarters, Abuja.
It included that their camps were apparently likewise set up in Robochi/Gwagwalada backwoods, Kwaku timberland in the Kuje territory of Abuja and Unaisha woods in the Toto Local Government of Nasarawa State.
"Thusly, you are to be at alarm and security aware of your condition consistently. Guarantee wide course please," the NCS told its officials.
When reached to affirm the notification, the NCS representative, Joseph Attah, said he didn't know of the wellspring of the data, despite the fact that the issue was being examined.
"(I am) not certain about the source. I'm exploring it please," he answered our journalist in an instant message on Saturday.