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Adbusalami denies seized terrorist helicopter after #Scannews24 report
General Abdusalami Abubakar, the then military Head of State has denied a report linking him to banditry in Niger State.
#Scannews24 had reported a disturbing development of seized helicopter by villagers in Shiroro local government area.
The residents of the community said to had used bees to cloud over the helicopter causing the pilot to grand and thereafter take hold of the military jet and other items including ammunition, guns found.
According to a Facebook client, who shared a few days ago narrated that the helicopter is traced to Abdusalami Abubakar.
Confirmation this, a commenter, Mfoniso Udo, noted that he served in the local government where ghost helicopters would fly down in the forest, and the following day bandits will raid the communities.
Debunking the allegation on Monday, via his spokesman, Abubakar described the report as false and unfounded.
As against his early attempt to ignore the circulating news, General Abubakar disassociated himself warned that such news could worsen the already tensed security situation in Nigeria.
He expressed worries on how some individuals could be callous to peddle such magnitude of news targeted at smearing his image.
However, Nigerians have expressed worries since the development urging security agencies to investigate the allegation.