Insecurity: Katsina Authorities Debunks Declare Of Evacuating Akwa Ibom Indigenes
The Kastina state authorities has denied stories that it evacuated Akwa Ibom indigenes on grounds of insecurity.
Media aide to Katsina governor, Alhaji Al’amin Isah informed newsmen on Monday April 4 that media stories of the state authorities evacuating 38 Akwa Ibom indigenes is fake and needs to be ignored.
“We don’t even have IDPs camp in Katsina, as one of many individuals within the stories claimed that when she was attacked at Jibia, the navy needed to evacuate her to the camp.
“I consider that folks simply need to extract cash from their state authorities through the use of insecurity within the state as a canopy.
“Subsequently, we’re right here to inform the world that the story shouldn’t be true; the safety state of affairs is below management. There’s no escalation to an extent that non-indigenes are being attacked.”
Particular Assistant to Governor Aminu Masari on safety issues, Alhaji Ibrahim Ahmad Katsina additionally disclosed that the state authorities has contacted the management of the non-indigene residents on the problem.
He reiterated that there was no evacuation and in addition assured all residents of the state that the safety state of affairs was below management.