‘Boko Haram insurgents are planning to attack Abuja’ (DETAILS)

The Federal Capital Territory Administration has raised an alarm over plans by the Boko Haram terrorists to attack worship centres and markets in Abuja, using young girls.

The Administration therefore enjoined places of worship to be watchful and to particularly look out for unknown persons dressed as aid workers loitering around the worship centres and markets.
Mohammed Ibrahim, the Director, Security Services, FCTA, in a letter to the National Presidents of Jama’atu Nasril Islam and the Christian Association of Nigeria dated November 23, 2015, requested residents to be on the alert for any suspicious persons or movement and report to the police on 09063872207,09053872208 and 09053872209.
The letter was also copied to the FCT Minister, the FCT Permanent Secretary, as well as acting Secretary, Area Councils Services Secretariat.
It reads: “Intelligence reaching this office revealed that insurgents are planning to attack the Federal Capital Territory. Their main targets are worship centres and markets with the use of young girls as members of aid groups to carry out their planned attacks.
“It is in view of the foregoing, I am directed to inform you to communicate the content of this letter to all mosques, churches and markets across the FCT for extra vigilance, particularly unknown persons dressing as aid workers loitering around the worship areas and markets.
“The Nigeria Police had made available contact numbers to report any suspicious person or movement.
“Please give the content of this letter the widest and fastest circulation to enable our worshippers to be vigilant and curb the menace of insurgency in the territory and beyond.”

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