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The Buhari administration has issued a security alert ahead of Nigeria’s 61st anniversary of independence.

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The Nigerian government has issued a public warning about increased security actions in preparation for the country’s 61st Independence Day on October 1.

 

This was said in a statement signed by Segun Adeyemi, Special Assistant on Media to the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, and released in Abuja on Friday.

 

Residents of the Federal Capital Territory and its environs should not be alarmed, according to the Minister.

 

He advised them to continue with their lawful activity.

 

Residents should report any unusual activity to the appropriate security organizations, he said.

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Insurgency, assassinations, kidnappings, and other criminal activities are all on the rise in Nigeria, with insurgency, assassinations, kidnappings, and other criminal activities affecting various sections of the country.

 

Bandits have been targeting schools and kidnapping youngsters with an alarming level of confidence.

 

With the bandit invasion of the Nigerian Defence Academy in Kaduna on August 24, 2021, demonstrating how awful the situation has become, even military facilities are not completely secure. Two officers were killed during the invasion and a Major abducted

 

“Residents are enjoined to report suspicious persons and movements to the security agencies through the following numbers: 09-6305396, 08031230631, 08032003557 and 122,” the statement added.

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