Thursday, August 22, 2013

SHEKAU'S DEATH: Residents Live In Fear Of Boko Haram's Revenge 22 August, 2013

The Federal Government has put some states in the North on a comprehensive security surveillance following intelligence accounts that some constituents of the Boko Haram Islamic sect may avenge the death of their leader, Abubakar Shekau.

furthermore, nationwide reflector discovered last evening that the activity became essential to forestall any breach of the peace by hoodlums who might desire to perpetrate brutal misdeeds in the name of the sect.

“As I speak to you now, our men have been placed on the alert. Some states advised as flashpoints are also under strict surveillance because we know that some of the fleeing insurgents may want to launch more vicious attacks in order to restate their relevance,” said a older operative of the State Security Service, SSS, who would not desire his title mentioned.

The junction Task Force, JTF, in Maiduguri had on Monday said that Shekau might have past away due to mortal wounds he maintained in a conflict with government forces.

Some of the states that are currently under improved surveillance are those in the North-East and other ones, including Kano, Sokoto, Kaduna and Niger. Curiously, Kogi also made the register.

There has been no official confirmation of the crisis security assesses as the policeman said such measures would be covert.

Inspector-General of policeman, Mohammed Abubakar, had in an earlier chat with journalists in Abuja asserted that those schemes would not be revealed.

Apart from sequence of ongoing undercover operations engaging most of the security bureaus, there would also be an advanced deployment of armies in the states under aim, “as their presence is likely to discourage crime”.


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