Kuje Prison Attack: Heads will roll as Buhari receives report indicting officials – FG

The Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, who made this known on Thursday, said the report identifies "all those whose action or inaction led to that unfortunate incident" of the Kuje prison attack.

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Kuje Prison Attack

A preliminary report of the investigation into the attack on the prison in Kuje, Abuja, has been sent to President Muhammadu Buhari.

The Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, who disclosed this Thursday, said the report identifies “all those whose action or inaction led to that unfortunate incident” and such officials will be punished.

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“A preliminary report on what happened in Kuje has been sent to the President but a more detailed comprehensive report will come at the end of the investigation,” Mr Aregbesola told journalists after Thursday’s meeting of the National Security Council in Abuja.

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“We have identified all those whose action or inaction led to that unfortunate incident and those who have shacked their responsibility will have to face the consequences of their action,” he said.

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According to Mr. Aregbesola, intelligence agencies made significant measures to prevent the attack on the jail, but there was a problem with the willingness of security personnel to follow orders.

 

EJES GIST NEWSPAPER reported the attack on by terrorists in the first week of July.

About half of the over 800 prisoners who escaped during the assault are still at large. Over 60 suspected members of Boko Haram are still at large.

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A video of the incident was later made public by ISWAP, a Boko Haram offshoot that was responsible for the attack. See pool fixtures this week

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