Abuja a once peaceful city filled with entertainment and security assurance has began to loose her glory as the influx of bandits has made the city a more unsafer place for its inhabitants. The issiue of Insecurity in the FCT has grown out of hands as celebrities frown at the reasons for which these insecurity is birthed in the FCT.
A report carried out shows that at least 23 attacks and 27 fatalities in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in the last one year, which has made Abuja more unsafe for its residents.
The report also captioned a an article which was titled “Rising Insecurity in Abuja” by the SBM Intelligence, an arm of SB Morgen, an organisation specialised in the collection and analysis of data says at least about 23 different security incidents have occurred between 28 February 2019 and Monday, 3 February 2020.
The report also said that “There have been a rising number of abductions and robberies in recent weeks. Commuters particularly face a growing risk of being robbed in taxis operated by criminal elements commonly known as One-Chance,” the report said.
Today the 12th of February the entertainment sector of the FCT experienced a shocking news from one of its stake holders as Amb.Phil Roberts who is a Gospel music minister,A media stalwart and also an Ambassador of EFCC Was robbed in his house as he went to his face book page to write this
Hello guys… so this early morning around 4:25am some group of Armed bandits numbering about 20 broke into our compound and robbed the whole 6flats..though they took all our valuables and hard earn monies but to the glory of God no life was lost….we call on the FCT administration as a matter of ugency to please look into the issiue of security in FCT as we are now tired of being Tired….
Lately, reports of kidnappings, robbery, and other crimes make the news in Abuja. As of February 2, five kidnap incidents have happened in Abuja and mostly in rural parts of the territory.
Reports has it that the ENTERTAINERS are planning for a peaceful rally against Insecurity in Abuja.
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