Insecurity

Apprehension, jittery as suspicious flying fighter Jet sighted in Kaduna

By Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna

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Residents of Kaduna state metropolis on Saturday morning thrown into apprehensions foe sighting of what appears as but a flying rocket fighting jet and hovering around the metropolis causing scared, noisy and vibrating as in the state of war.

The atmosphere was also full of suspicious, calm and jittery as most residents who witnessed the scenario which appears like air strike were helpless about what to do due to the suspended flying fighter jet that continue for a while especially in the southern area.

Frightening, a development also made many residents became unstable and apprehensive, owing to the strange situation of the flight and the fragile nature of the state recently rocked by terrorists including that of train attacks and abduction.

The development concentrated more around the metropolis particularly Southern part of Kaduna axis where it mainly targeted and flying down to on two to three occasions.

Utterly suspicious and was without any prior notice to the public of any impending military exercise of that nature to the knowledge of the media practitioners.

Contacted on whether the state was engaged in an intense bandits attacks, the state police command spokesman Asp Mohammed Jalige could not respond until the time of filing this report.

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