What Police Is Doing Over Boko Haram Threat Letter To Secondary School
Officials of the Nasarawa State Police Command has announced that it had started an intensive investigation into the alleged threat letter sent by the radical Islamist sect, Boko Haram to Government Science School in Lafia, the state capital.
Ismaila Umar, the Command’s Public Relations Officer who made this known to New Telegraph said, a letter, allegedly written by the Islamist sect threatening to abduct students from the Government Science School Lafia, was discovered on the table in the principal’s on Tuesday.
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According to him, the discovery of the alleged letter has caused pandemonium in the school and its environ as students and teachers are said have been living in fear.
He revealed that some police officers have been deployed to the school to beef up security in order to avoid any incident, assuring they would soon confirm the authenticity of the threat letter allegedly written by the terrorist group.
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Sources: Naij.com news, New Telegraph
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