Security Forces Destroy Dens of Fleeing Insurgents, Miscreants from Bauchi Forests

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By Segun Awofadeji
The newly posted Assistant Inspector General (AIG) of Police in charge of zone 12, Alhaji Jibrin O. Yakubu, has said that joint operations of security agents comprising army, police and the Department of State Service have successfully destroyed dens of insurgents and miscreants fleeing attacks in Sambisa forest and other military operations from Kano, Kaduna, Niger and Zamfara states’ forests who are seeking safe haven in Bauchi forests.

While paying a courtesy call on Governor Mohammed Abubakar of Bauchi state on Tuesday, he said the major security challenge of the state is that of arresting the fleeing insurgents and miscreants like cattle rustlers and robbers who are regrouping in Bauchi forests.

He expressed happiness that with logistics support from the governor, such dens have been destroyed and suspected insurgents and criminals smoked out in Toro, Dass, Tafawa Balewa and Ningi local governments where the criminals were regrouping.

The assistant inspector general of police said he paid the courtesy call on the governor as the chief security officer of the state and the chief host of zone 12 of the police which comprises of Bauchi, Borno and Yobe states.

Yakubu said joint operations of security agents comprising army, police and the Department of State Service have successfully destroyed dens of insurgents and miscreants fleeing attacks in Sambisa forest and other military operations in from Kano, Kaduna, Niger and Zamfara states forest who are seeking safe haven in Bauchi forests.

Paying a courtesy call on Governor Mohammed Abubakar of Bauchi state, he said the major security challenge of the state is that of arresting the fleeing insurgents and miscreants like cattle rustlers and robbers who are regrouping in Bauchi forests, but expressed happiness that with logistics supports from the governor such dens of suspected insurgents and criminals have been destroyed and smoked out in Toro, Dass, Tafawa Balewa and Ningi local governments where the criminals were regrouping.