Why terrorists couldn’t escape when SARS was attacked – Police Reviewed by Momizat on . The police on Tuesday gave details of the possible reasons why suspected terrorists in the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) detention in Abuja could not escape The police on Tuesday gave details of the possible reasons why suspected terrorists in the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) detention in Abuja could not escape Rating:
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Why terrorists couldn’t escape when SARS was attacked – Police

The police on Tuesday gave details of the possible reasons why suspected terrorists in the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) detention in Abuja could not escaped when the facility was attacked on Monday morning.

Gate of the headquarters of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS)

Speaking as a guest on Channels Television’s programme, Sunrise Daily, the Deputy Public Relations Officer of the Nigerian Police Force, Frank Mba gave an update on the suspects that fled the SARS detention facility saying one of the five suspects have been re-arrested.

“Leaving out there at large just four of the 30 suspects that escaped,” he said.

Mr Mba reiterated that none of the suspects held for terrorism related crimes escaped the facility.

He explained the reasons why the suspected terrorist could not escape the SARS detention.

“The reason is simple, in detention facilities such as SARS detention facilities, the chambers of the detention facilities are compartmentalised. That is to say, certain categories of suspects are held in certain chamber while the other categorise of suspects could also be held in other chambers. That is the plausible explanation for the fact that the bulk of the suspects that escaped were those who were connected with robbery and other related crimes,” the police PRO said.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1624634074 Chris Daudu

    His explanation is crappy. Simply put, those alleged terrorist may not be terrorists afterall. They may have been those picked up by Nigeria’s police to save face of shame, or not doing their work of “protecting Nigerians lifes and peoperties” Right? If those in prisons were actually terrorists, nothing will hinder them fromescaping when their colleages came into the compound to free them. Nigeria’s police should stop bambuzzling Nigerians with elementary school logics and so on and so forth.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZSSVUAEGFLA4RNUD4VLL3JUZLY ferera

      This article is so touchy,

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1624634074 Chris Daudu

    Ask them the Nigeria’s police to formulate another story story, Story

  • http://www.facebook.com/demolaabe Johnson Ademola Abe

    Why is he speaking for the Military? I think that is beyond his jurisdiction

  • http://twitter.com/ogeanekwe Joan Orowale Anekwe

    Is this the best story d police could come up with??? What a shame! this PRO and d Nigerian Police as a whole must really think very little of Nigerians. What an insult!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/YA7EZOFAJYNTIYJFOUHPAIUVVY chris

    This is absolutly nosense, they should make a rethink of what to tell the nation, it is most unfortunate that it has come to this.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/TSG5KBZXM57GCTN4HLPI5J3OTM Rejoice

    very unfortunate………….  God pls save the helpless n hapless Nigerians who luk up to u.

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