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Police Uncover Boko Haram's Plans To Radicalise Students

A ploy by Boko Haram to initiate secondary and primary school students has been uncovered by the Adamawa state police command.
Residents of the state were alerted by the command on Thursday, December 10.
In a statement by the command’s spokesman DSP Othman Abubakar, the police warned proprietors of secondary schools to beware of those it described as“unscrupulous individuals who visit schools under the guise of philanthropic gesture to initiate students and pupils as Boko Haram members.
“The Adamawa State Police Command wishes to inform members of the public, that some unscrupulous individuals visit schools under the guise of philanthropists distributing items such as sweets, date palm (dabino), sugarcane, coconut to students/pupils.

“They did this with a view to initiate them into cultism and Boko Haram activities,” the statement said. The command warned principals, proprietors, securities in schools and parents, to caution their children and wards to report with immediate effect, any suspicious person to security agents in the state,” Othman said.