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‘Boko Haram may use nun regalia for attacks’


The Department of State Services has advised
the public to be vigilant following the alleged
theft of 13 pieces of Catholic reverend sisters’
regalia from a tailor’s shop in Kano.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that this
was contained in a statement issued by the
spokeswoman of the service, Ms. Marilyn Ogar,
in Abuja on Saturday.
The statement stated that unidentified persons
broke into the shop at 55, Odutola Street,
Sabon Gari, Kano, on August 20, and made
away with the regalia.
“With the recent trend of female suicide
bombings in the country, the theft of these
regalia heightens concerns about the possibility
of terrorist elements using same to perpetrate
act of terror.
“Consequently, the service wishes to draw the
attention of the public to this development, and
call on citizens to be more circumspect and
exercise vigilance with users of such peculiar
attire,” it stated.
The statement urged the public to cooperate
with security agencies through the provision of
useful information on suspected activities in
their immediate environments.

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