Police in the FCT have arrested two people conveying foodstuff towards Kuje in a vehicle accusing them of supplying bandits as they refused to disclose their destination.
Daily Trust had reported that some fleeing bandits were setting up camps in some communities in some FCT area councils.
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Some residents of the area told our reporter that bandits often forced people to buy food items for them and not to report their location to security operatives.
In a statement, the FCT police spokesperson, DSP Adeh Josephine, said a vehicle conveying foodstuff and other items to an unknown area in Kuje Area Council was impounded.
The statement reads in part: “Such movement of foodstuff and some other logistics are being monitored by the command, especially following reports of activities of kidnappers in Kuje axis.”
DSP Josephine asked FCT residents to report all suspicious movements, emergencies and distresses to the command through 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653 and 08028940883.