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TENSION; After threatening to abduct Buhari, El-Rufai, Terrorists attack Presidential Guards Brigade in Abuja

TENSION; After threatening to abduct Buhari, El-Rufai, Terrorists attack Presidential Guards Brigade in Abuja

Terrorists Ambush Guards Brigade In Abuja, Signal Hints Law School As Possible Target

Terrorists struck Abuja and ambushed the Guards Brigade on Monday, just 24 hours after naming President Muhammad Bihari, Malam Nasir Rufai, and other government officials as their next targets. The elite security officers were seriously injured. The Law School in Bwari may be targeted for attack, according to a signal on the attack.

The Guards Brigade’s primary responsibility is to provide security for the nation’s Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja, particularly the Presidential Villa.

According to security sources, the troops were ambushed while on routine patrol along the Bwari-Kubwa Road.


According to the source, “Available reports show that the troops were on routine patrol of the Bwari-Kubwa area when they were attacked suddenly.”

However, the source indicated that the ambush was successfully repelled by Guards Brigade troops, who immediately restored order to the area.

According to reports, the injured Soldiers were immediately evacuated to the Military Hospital for immediate medical treatment.

The signal message on the attack reads: “troops on routine patrol along Kubwa – Bwari were ambushed by suspected terrorists. Three soldiers were injured during the attack. The soldiers have been evacuated for medical attention. Details on the extent of their injuries are still under confirmation. The ambush attack happening within the general area of Bwari shows that the terrorists are actually within the location and possibly preparing to carry out their plans to attack the law school in Bwari as earlier reported.”

Captain Godfrey Anebi Abakpa, the Guards’ spokesperson, confirmed the attack but declined to comment further.

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