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My house under Boko Haram threat, says VP Osinbajo

23/07/2015 19:26

The Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo on July 23, 2015 said that there were strong indications that there were plans by insurgents to bomb his house.

He raised the alarm during a meeting of the National Economic Council, NEC, held inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The council, which has the Vice President as its chairman, comprises of all state governors.

According to a statement issued at the end of the meeting, the Vice President who recently visited some of the states affected by activities of the insurgents in the North-East, told members of the council that intelligence report made available to him indicated that they were planning to dump refuse laden with bombs in his house.

"The Vice President also disclosed that security reports has it that scavengers are now being prepared by insurgents to dump refuse laden with bombs in the house of the Vice President," the document read.

He called on members of the council to speak as a team and put pressure on the service chiefs to increase their effort in fighting insurgency.

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