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Insecurity: Military intensifies surveillance at security flash-points in Benue

The navy operation referred to as Operation Whirl Stroke, OWS says it has intensified surveillance in areas thought-about to be safety flash-points in Benue State.

Commander of the Operation, Main Normal Adeyemi Yekini disclosed this on Tuesday whereas briefing journalists on the scene of final Saturday’s assault on Governor Samuel Ortom by suspected militia herdsmen.

He famous that the patrol would assist verify circumstances of militia herdsmen and different prison components rising from the forest throughout River Benue to unleash mayhem on the folks.

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Normal Yekini stated troops have been deployed to the world and are at present combing the forest which serves as a hideout for the assailants, stressing that their makeshift camps had additionally been destroyed by the troops.

The Commander famous that the approaching of the safety formation to Benue had improved safety to a big extent, saying infamous prison components within the Sankara axis had additionally been neutralised.

Maj Gen Yekini whereas answering questions from journalists on the insecurity in Sankara, appealed to residents of the world to volunteer details about bandits’ hideouts for vital motion, declaring that refusal to supply helpful info had been their problem.

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Particular Adviser to the Governor on Safety Issues, retired Colonel Paul Hembah instructed journalists that although troops of Operation Whirl Stroke and different safety brokers arrived promptly, they might not get the assailants who retreated to the forest.

He famous, nevertheless, that no arrest had to this point been made in reference to the assault.

Insecurity: Navy intensifies surveillance at safety flash-points in Benue

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