Borno state governor begs IGP to send disbanded SARS officers to fight Boko Haram

The executive governor of Borno state, Prof. Babagana Zulum, has begged the Inspector General of Police to assist with redeploying disbanded members of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) to Borno State to help fight religious rebels, Boko Haram.

He made the plea in Maiduguri when he received Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Argebesola, who who was in the state on an official visit. Zulum noted that SARS had recorded remarkable achievements by using their energy and aggression against Boko Haram in the state. And he would like to see more of that now that they don’t have nothing to do.

“We are not in support of brutality by any security outfit, but to be sincere, here in Borno State, the efforts of SARS operatives in the counter-insurgency operations need not to be over-emphasized,” he said.

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