Boko Haram Distributes Circular, Threatens To Attack Public Institutions In Plateau State
The insurgency currently ravaging some parts of the north-east may soon rear its ugly head in plateau state as the Boko Haram sect has threatened to attack some institutions in Plateau State with explosive devices.
The insurgent group reportedly dropped a circular to that effect, in which the leader, Abubakar Shekau, instructed some members in the state to send the list of institutions that, if attacked, will cause serious injuries to the state.
The list of institutions allegedly sent to the Boko Haram leader include the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Kuru, University of Jos, Plateau State University Bokkos, Federal College of Education, Pankshin, College of Education, Gindiri, Major Seminary, Katako, Jos, Federal Government College, Jos and Science School, Kuru.
Other institutions slated for attack any moment from now include Command Secondary School, Jos, St. John’s Vianey Barkin Ladi, St. John’s College, Jos, St. Murumba College, Jos, St. Louis College, Jos, GSS Laranto, Jos, two secondary schools in Bokkos Local Council and Church of Christ in Nation (COCIN), Dadin Kowa, Jos South Local Council.
“Additionally, it was disclosed that the three members of the group who have been assigned to trail the state Governor, Dr. Jonah David Jang and the State House of Assembly member, Daniel Dem, have been given enough time to carry out that operation.
President of the Student Union Government (SUG) of the University of Jos, Ajik Magaji Izang, told a reporter that he had a hint that members of the Boko Haram sect are in Jos.
But the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of the State Police Command, Superintendent Felicia Anslem, said she did not want to believe that there is Boko Haram in Jos, adding however that all should be conscious and vigilant.
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