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SPEAKER CONDEMNS BORNO, KADUNA’s ABDUCTIONS, CHARGES SECURITY AGENCIES TO ARREST PERPETRATORS

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SPEAKER CONDEMNS BORNO, KADUNA’s ABDUCTIONS, CHARGES SECURITY AGENCIES TO ARREST PERPETRATORS                                                                 08-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dr. Tajudeen Abbas, has condemned the mass abductions by suspected terrorists and bandits in Borno and Kaduna States within two days.

The Speaker charged the military and other security agencies to go after the abductors and rescue the victims.
The Speaker in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Musa Krishi decries that the attacks were coming at a time when the troubled North-East and North-West were about getting some respite from bandits and terrorists occupation.
Dr. Abbas while praying for the safe return of the abductees, urged the security agencies to deploy all resources for their rescue.
The Speaker also states that the 10th House under his leadership would do everything legislatively possible to increase the capacity of the military and paramilitary agencies towards security life and property across Nigeria.
Suspected Boko Haram members had stormed Gamboru Ngala town in Borno State and abducted scores of the IDPs, most of whom are women.
Again on Thursday morning, bandits invaded the LEA Primary School, Kuriga, Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State and kidnapped scores of pupils.

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