Boko Haram abducts mobile police officers in Borno

According to the data collected, gunmen stormed the training school at 8:22 p.m. on Thursday, January 13th, with gun vehicles and fired sporadically into the air before seizing the mobile police instructors

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Boko Haram militants have kidnapped an unidentified number of mobile police officers from a police mobile training school in the Limankara Gwoza local government area of Borno State, Senator Ali Ndume’s hometown.

According to the data collected, the insurgents stormed the training school at 8:22 p.m on Thursday, January 13th, with gun vehicles and fired sporadically into the air before seizing the mobile police instructors.

Gwoza town is twenty-five kilometers away from the training school. It is a border town between Adamawa State’s Borno and Madagali LGAs.

The attack came seven days after insurgents tried to breach a Nigerian Army base in Gwoza, but were subsequently defeated by Nigerian army soldiers.

Senator Ali Ndume of the Senate Committee on the Army conducted a working visit to Hadin Kai, the theatre command operation in the area, two days ago.

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