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Yakubu Gobir

Army Begins Special Operations In Kwara

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Army Begins Special Operations In Kwara

There are intelligence reports that point at the danger of attacks.

The Nigerian Army said it had begun a “Security Sweep Exercise”  aimed at  tackling security challenges across three local government areas of Kwara State.

Afrika Eyes gathered that the exercises is a step  being taken to ward off any security breach in any part of the state especially in Ifelodun, Edu and Patigi Local Governments of Kwara State.

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Security sources said other agencies, including police and the secret service, have also intensified intelligence gathering efforts in collaboration with the state government to foil any planned attacks on the state.

“There are intelligence reports that point at the danger of attacks. So the state government has mobilized security agencies and raised the alerts to prevent any breaches. But it is also important for everyone to report suspicious activities or new faces in their environment,” said one of the sources.

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“At this stage, everyone must work with the government and security agencies to disallow evil elements from disrupting the peace of the state of launch attacks on government installations or neighbourhoods with the human population.”

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Another source said many parts of Nigeria, including Kwara, are now recording “opportunistic abductions” done to extort the political class as the campaign begins across the country.

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