May 29, 2022

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After Stephanie Se-ember Terungwa’s Murder Minister Finally Speaks on Kidnapping Incidents In Abuja, Causes –

The Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory, Ramatu Tijjani, on Thursday, April 28, blamed the lack of intelligence gathering for the growing insecurity in the city.

Daily Trust reports that when Ramatu spoke to area council chairs at the sixth security meeting, religious and traditional leaders said that some communities in the FCT have failed to gather information.

Ramatu advised that security agencies should not wait for attacks on residents to be launched before embarking on missions.

She also challenged the traditional rulers and other stakeholders to develop new methods to combat insecurity in the country’s capital.

For Ramatu, the directive was revised in light of the cases of reported kidnappings and the upcoming Salla h absolutely necessary.

, she emphasized that areas of need within the FCT must be realigned and strengthened.

Her words:

“In light of recent reports from area councils such as Gwagwalada, Kwali and Bwari there is every reason for us to come back, reconsider strategy and ask what is happening, where we are failing and where we need to step up .

“We need to analyze where our strengths lie and where we need to strengthen.”

“In our FCT Extended Security Meetings we have established all the appropriate committees and we have sub-committees who oversee security matters and intelligence gathering in the federal capital.”

She noted that despite all this, there are still reports of invaders affecting communities and the peace of the people, especially in satellite towns where terrain is difficult.

NYSC confirms death of missing Abuja female corps member

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC ) had confirmed the death of a female Corps member previously reported missing in Abuja.

In a post shared on his official Facebook page, Eddy Megwa, NYSC spokesman announced that Stephanie Se-ember Terungwa’s body was identified with the help of security authorities.

However, management pointed out that an investigation is currently being launched to unravel the mysteries surrounding her death.

Stephanie Terungwa: photos of a missing member of the Abuja Corps who is found dead with her privates allegedly removed

< p class="align-left">The female member of the Abuja -Korps, previously reported missing, was found dead with some of her privates removed.

Stephanie Se-Ember Terungwa , a mother, was last killed on Thursday morning April 14, 2022, seen in the Lokogoma area of ​​Abuja.

Richard Iorliam, the uncle of the murdered woman, said Stephanie was kidnapped with her one-year-old son after attending a CDS exercise.