Benue Police Denies Report Of Attacks On Mosques, Church

LAGOS APRIL 27TH (NEWSRANGERS)-The Police in Benue State have urged members of the public to disregard the information being circulated that four mosques were set ablaze in Makurdi metropolis by some hoodlums.
Also, the police said a similar information being circulated that another church was attacked by bandits at Agana village in Mbaloh Ward of Gwer East Local Government Area of the state was not true.
In a press statement issued yesternight by the command spokesman, ASP Moses Yamu, stated that, “these are nothing but falsehood, believably meant to cause break down of law and order in the state.”
“It is indeed a difficult period. However, acts of insurgency being witnessed lately have nothing to do with religion, ethnic or political alienation. Therefore, in order to overcome the ongoing security challenges, the collaboration of all is required,” the statement added.
Yamu further stated that the command appreciate the calmness and understanding of the resident in the state as he appealed that criminal elements should not be allowed to cause any civil disturbance to achieve their selfish interest.

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