Army Warns Borno Residents Against Using Unauthorised Motor Parks

Army bans movement

The Nigerian Army has alerted the public, particularly residents of Borno State, about the possibility of fleeing Boko Haram members boarding vehicles at unauthorised parks to avoid prying eyes of security personnel stationed at the parks.

The warning was contained in a statement issued on Thursday by spokesperson for 7 Division Nigerian Army, Maiduguri, Salisu Mustapha, a Major.

“This becomes necessary so as to avoid a situation where remnants of dissipated and depleted Boko Haram Terrorists would disguised themselves and board vehicles loading at unauthorised locations in order to avoid being detected and apprehended by security agents,” the statement read.

The army urged the public to take the warning seriously and report any suspected persons or activities to security agents.

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