Nine missing policemen return to camp after ISWAP attack

The guys, who were initially assumed to have been kidnapped by the militants, arrived at the camp on Saturday, according to a senior police officer

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Nine police instructors who have been declared missing when Islamic State insurgents assaulted the Police Mobile Force Training College in Limankara, Gwoza, Borno State, have returned to their station.

The policemen, who were initially assumed to have been kidnapped by the militants, arrived at the camp on Saturday, according to a senior police officer.

On Thursday, the terrorists unleashed a furious attack on the police college, using numerous Rocket-Propelled Guns for nearly two hours before overwhelming the outnumbered officers inside.

Mr. Abdu Umar, the Borno State Commissioner of Police, announced the devastating attack on journalists in Maiduguri on Friday but disputed that the police officers had been kidnapped.

According to credible police sources, nine of the school’s twenty-one instructors mysteriously disappeared after terrorists stormed into the college when police officers ran out of bullets.

Regardless of the fact that an army post was not far from the school, our reporter was told that the military refused to provide assistance.

A senior police official who spoke out against the attack indicated the attackers approached from three different directions and that they would not have overrun the school if there had been assistance.

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