The attack which took place around 1 AM on Tuesday resulted in the death of two military officers identified as Flight Lieutenant Commodore Wulah Okoronwo and Lieutenant Commodore Wulah.
The notorious bandits also kidnapped a Nigerian soldier identified as Major Stephen Dantong during the invasion in Afaka barracks of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), Kaduna State.
This recent attack carried out by unidentified bandits in the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), which resulted in the killing of two lieutenants and abduction of a Major proved that Nigeria has a long way to go in terms of National Security and safety.
Following the unexpected event that took place at the Afaka barracks of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) in Kaduna State, a report disclosed that military personnel monitoring closed-circuit television (CCTV) at the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) were asleep when unidentified bandits attacked the military vicinity.
The National Defence Academy should be one of the most protected premises in the country and the recent attack on it proves weakness in national security and that bandit were underestimated by the Nigerian security operatives leading to the unexpected attack at Afaka barracks of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), in Kaduna State.
A report also disclosed that the bandits are demanding the sum of two hundred thousand million naira (N200M) for the release of the abducted military officer identified as Major Stephen Dantong.
This attack on Afaka barracks of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), in Kaduna State, was carried out under the nose of the Nigerian security operatives, and somehow it was undetected through security protocols allegedly present in the premises.
How did these unidentified bandits get into a government-secured building without been detected and caught by the Nigerian security operatives?
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