According to security and witness reports, Nigerian soldiers and armed bandits engaged themselves in a gun battle on the outskirts of Abuja on Thursday night
This is coming in Less than 24 hours after the Defence headquarters assured residents of Abuja that terrorists who ambushed presidential Guards have been neutralized therefore saying that everyone is free to go about their lawful duty
However, the witness said that a fierce battle took place between Zuba and Maddala.
According to the witness, the criminals were trying to force their way into the city when the gallant military men intercepted them at the joint security force barricades close to the Zuma rock and engaged them in a gun battle.
According to the security personnel, he said the incident was a barbaric one
Kindly read a statement from the police officer
Another resident who was an eyewitness, Abdullahi Saidu, Said the terrorists were first sighted on motorbikes with food loaded on the bikes
Kindly read below :
Source: Peoples Gazzette
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