Security operators association tasks FG on abducted 110 Yobe schoolgirls
By Evelyn Usman
lagos—Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria, AISSON, yesterday in Lagos, advised the Federal Government to set up a special task force to investigate and rescue the 110 school girls abducted from Dapchi, Yobe State, last Monday by the Boko Haram sect.
President of AISSON, Dr Ona Ekhomu, who gave the advice while reacting to the abduction, said aside adopting sound investigative strategies to speedily rescue the Dapchi girls, a bounty of at least N50 million should be placed on any information that could lead to the rescue of the girls.
Ekhomu said: “The matrix organization, which should report to the National Security Adviser, NSA should include accomplished investigative personnel from the Nigeria Police Force, the Military Provost, Department of State Services, National Intelligence Agency and Federal Ministry of Justice.”
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