The Gwarimpa attack that occurred during wee hours of Monday, June 6, 2022, is one of the many incidents that prove the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja, is not as safe and secured as been promoted to investors or foreigners.
Imagine how this recent attack, among other previous ones, shows that all is not well in the country’s capital and more, regards security reinforcement, needed across various parts following the threats affecting the safety of its citizens.
In Gwarimpa, it was gathered that a couple of armedmen, described to be heavily armed, stormed Genuine Housing Estate to wreak havoc in the area.
While details remain sketchy regarding the incident, a resident, whose name was withheld, revealed to some journalists that men wielding dangerous waepons invaded the estate, between 1:00 pm and 4:00 am on Monday and even abducted some residents.
Giving other details on the incident, he pointed out that the men who terrorised the neighbohood were armed with bows, arrows and machetesbto carmry out their manace.
When contacted, the spokesperson for the FCT Police Command, Josephine Adeh, said the incident was a robbery case, adding that the police had already been mobilised to the scene to ascertain how the incident went down.