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Police Flee, Leave Arms Behind


Policemen attached to Sumaila local government
Divisional Police Station yesterday night took to their heels leaving
behind their arms and ammunitions, as men suspected to be Boko Haram
members stroke the place.

Although, there was no immediate report of death following the almost half an hour exchange of gun fire between the police and the suspected Boko Haram members.

Our correspondent, who was at Sumaila, as the AIG Zone 1, Muhammad
Tambari Yabo received and lead the House of Representatives member,
representing Takai/Sumaila, Abdurrahman Kawu Sumaila, to the scene from
the airport, observed that the divisional police station was riddled with bullets.

Tambari Yabo who was visibly frustrated, could not control his anger as journalists tried to verify some issues from him.

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Victor Ndah
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hahahaha… very funy

Mike Princess
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hmmmmm trouble dey

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