Terrorists Disguised as Nuns

DSS issues alert:

The Department of State Services (DSS) has warned the general pub­lic to be wary of persons of questionable charac­ters who may disguise in Catholic Church Reverend Sisters’ regalia to perpe­trate heinous crimes on innocent citizens.
According to a release signed by Deputy Director, Public Relations (DSS), Mari­lyn Ogar, msi, the warning became necessary following the alleged theft of some pieces of Catholic Church Reverend Sisters’ regalia at Sabon Gari, Kano, by unidentified persons, and the possibility of using same to launch terrorist attacks on the innocent citizens.
It reads: “On 20th August, 2014, about 0400 hours, some unidentified persons broke into a tailoring shop located at No.55 Odutola Street, Sabon Gari, Kano, and stole about thirteen (13) pieces of Catholic Church Reverend Sisters’ re­galia. With the recent trend of female suicide bombings in the country, the theft of these rega­lia heightens concerns about the possibility of terrorist ele­ments using same to perpetrate acts of terror.”
The security operative fur­ther called on the citizens to be vigilant and report any suspi­cious persons to the appropri­ate authority. “Consequently, this Service wishes to draw the attention of the public to this development, and to call on all citizens to be more cir­cumspect and exercise greater vigilance with users of such peculiar attires. We therefore enjoin all to continue to co­operate with law enforcement agencies through the provision of useful information on sus­picious activities within their immediate environment. This Service will continue to col­laborate with all stakeholders as we strive to keep our coun­try safe,” it added.

 

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