Disturbing news come from Gwoza town in Borno state, as Boko Haram members now allegedly use captured police college as their training grounds and its instructors as teachers.
The college is a riot police academy in Liman Kara, on the outskirts of Gwoza. It was overrun by terrorists on August 20, 2014, Wednesday. The attack left dozens of people dead, while 35 policemen were declared missing.
Mr. Gideon Obasogie, who is the Director, Catholic Social Communications, Maiduguri Diocese of the Catholic Church, shed some light on the fate of the missing officers in an interview with Punch on August 29, 2014, Friday.
According to his information, the police instructors are alive, at least those of them who have agreed to cooperate with the dreaded sect.
“The world must know the truth. People were captured and taken to the police training ground for serious training as combatants. It is now one of their strongest bases,” Obasogie stated.