As reported by TribuneOnline, General Irabo stated that the Nigerian Army is not ruling out an inside collaborator in the attack, saying that the attack is like robbers entering a house with the knowledge of an insider.
He lamented that the attack is really worrisome, and the military is already looking into it with their best intelligence. He therefore urged Nigerians to be calm as the security challenges in the country would soon be a thing of the past.
Recall that Punch had earlier reported that bandits invaded the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna in the earlier hour of today being Tuesday, killing about two officers, while one officer was abducted.
During the attack, the bandits were said to have operated for more than one hour and left without any interruption. Though the military made efforts to track the bandits after they had left, but they were no where to be found.
Later reports have it that the bandits later contacted the NDA authority, demanding for N200 million to release the abducted officer.
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