In a report circulating on social media, the joint task force of the Federal Road Safety Corps and the Nigerian Police have apprehended a Fulani man, named Likita in Nasarawa with about 200 rounds of Ammunition while heading to Jos on a motorbike.
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He also confessed that other members of his gang, totaling six, are already on their way to Jos.
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Therefore, this is a clarion call to the Nigerian Police in Jos to secure the area and prevent the repetition of what happened some days ago whereby about 25 Muslim travelers were killed. To a larger extent, one might presume that their intentions might be to carry out a reprisal attack in that particular area.
Recall that some suspected Irigwe Militias intercepted a bus coming from an Islamic event, dragged down 90 passengers, and killed about 25 out of the 90 passengers with various dangerous weapons such as machetes, daggers, knives, among others. Therefore, the Police Force in Plateau State must tighten up the security of the state as those who were victims of the recent massacre are yet to get over the shock.
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The joint task force that apprehended Likita in Nasarawa should contact any available station in Plateau State to inform them about the development and ensure that the remaining six gang members are stopped at all costs to prevent another tragedy in the state.
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