Security agencies in the north are adopting measures to prevent an event of kidnapping or death caused by the dreaded Boko Haram group.

First, it was Adamawa state who banned parents or any visitor from gaining access to any of the girls’ school in the state.

Now, Borno State, the centre of Boko Haram attacks, has deployed police personnel to public schools.

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Commissioner of Police, Mr Damian Chukwu, said policemen and women had been deployed to various schools in line with presidential directives to secure the schools.

He said that the command had directed all its units to strengthen and ensure protection of students and teachers in schools in their respective areas and asked schools to also monitor movement of students, teachers and visitors.

“Schools should encourage the use of dogs to compliment the existing security,” he said.

He called on the people to cooperate with security agencies by giving them useful information, assuring that such information would be kept confidential.

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