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Driver flees as ISWAP kidnaps five Borno project officers - Punch Newspapers

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2 December 2021At least five officials of the Borno State government supervising have been abducted by terrorists identified as Islamic State in West Africa Province.The victims were said to be supervising the construction of Chibok-Damboa road when they attacked and forcefully whisked away on Wednesday.

According to Daily Trust, one of the abducted staff, a driver, escaped unhurt.Eyewitnesses disclosed that the incident, which occurred near Wovi, a remote village in Chibok Local Government Area, has created tension among other state officials.Read Also

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ISWAP Abducts Borno Government Officials | Sahara ReportersThe incident occurred near Wovi, a remote village in Chibok Local Government Area. Does it mean that there's no security operative in the state? Nigerian government must be more careful before this will get out of hand. Nigeria army 🪖 una dey South East abi😂😂🥺 Lol

ISWAP Abducts Borno Government Officials | Sahara ReportersThe incident occurred near Wovi, a remote village in Chibok Local Government Area. Does it mean that there's no security operative in the state? Nigerian government must be more careful before this will get out of hand. Nigeria army 🪖 una dey South East abi😂😂🥺 Lol

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Published 2 December 2021 At least five officials of the Borno State government supervising have been abducted by terrorists identified as Islamic State in West Africa Province.by SaharaReporters, New York Dec 01, 2021 Terrorists working for the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) have abducted at least five officials of the Borno State Government.by SaharaReporters, New York Dec 01, 2021 Terrorists working for the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) have abducted at least five officials of the Borno State Government.Published 2 December 2021 The Chairman Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Institutions, Senator Uba Sani, has said the senate is unhappy with the Ministry of Aviation for allegedly frustrating the efforts of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria to obtain an operating licence for its proposed airline named NG Eagle This was disclosed during a Senate Symposium in Niger State on Wednesday.

The victims were said to be supervising the construction of Chibok-Damboa road when they attacked and forcefully whisked away on Wednesday. According to Daily Trust, one of the abducted staff, a driver, escaped unhurt. It was gathered that the incident occurred near Wovi, a remote village in Chibok Local Government Area. Eyewitnesses disclosed that the incident, which occurred near Wovi, a remote village in Chibok Local Government Area, has created tension among other state officials. A source said one of the abducted staff, a driver, escaped unhurt. Read Also A senior government official who craved anonymity confirmed the incident. “Yes, it is so sad and we are worried about these latest developments. “Yes, it is so sad and we are worried about these latest developments. “I say it is not realistic after we listened to the explanations of the ministry that the government will own only five per cent of the new national carrier, Nigerians will own 46 per cent and yet to be named foreign interest will own 49 per cent.

“The abductions came as a shocker to us. I can confirm to you that they were abducted this morning," a top state official told Daily Trust. I can confirm to you that they were abducted this morning," a top state official told Daily Trust. I can confirm to you that they were abducted this morning,” he said. .