Boko Haram insurgents and bandits raided Dabna and Kwabre Villages in Dugwaba District of Hong Local Government Area, the hometown of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, according to an internet report.
DSP Sulaiman Nguroje, the state’s police spokesman, claimed that the report was false. He claimed that as a result of suspected attacks, the residents of Dabna and Kwabre villages had fled their houses. The SGF is a native of the area.
“The command got unsubstantiated information that people are fleeing various areas as a result of suspected Boko Haram attacks,” according to the statement. “The command got unsubstantiated information that people are fleeing various areas as a result of suspected Boko Haram attacks,” according to the statement. Nguroje remarked.
The police command had dispatched anti-terrorism and anti-kidnapping units, as well as undercover operatives, to the region, according to Nguroje. He stated that the police had yet to receive any information from the security operators in the region.
“As security officers, we don’t mess about with any information that has the potential to be dangerous.”
“The command promptly dispatched anti-terrorism squads and intelligence officials to the suspected locations, and no reports of attacks or people abandoning their villages have been received to date.” Nguroje remarked.
The police command also contacted Simon Yakubu, the District Head of Dugwaba, to confirm the web platform’s report. The traditional chief refuted the web platform’s assertions.
“When contacted, Simon Yakubu, the Dugwaba District Head, rejected the web allegation, calling it “misleading.”
The District Head echoed the police’s statement, saying that people were living peacefully in the villages and celebrating Christmas.
“The report was written with the intent of misleading and confusing our communities.
“The alleged report comes from an adversary of peace and progress who does not want people to live in peace and harmony with one another,” Yakubu stated.
He said he received information from all of the villages named in the web article indicating that people were going about their daily lives without being bothered.