The Police headquarters has reacted to the alleged arrest of the #BringBackOurGirls movement protest coordinator, Mrs Nyadar Mutah, who was reported to have been moved from the Asokoro Police Station to the Force headquarters.
A statement released by the force public relations officer CSP Frank Mba on Monday, May 5, 2014 reads:
“As part of measures geared towards eliciting useful information that could help security agents in the ongoing effort at finding and rescuing female students recently abducted by terrorists, suspected to be Boko-Haram, in Chibok, Borno State, Police Operatives this morning, 05/05/2014 invited one Mrs Nyadar Naomi Mutah, a native of Chibok and deputy director at the National Directorate of Employment, Abuja.
“It was purely an interactive and fact finding interview. Mrs Nyadar cooperated with the Police in the course of the interview and was immediately allowed to return home to her loved ones. She was never arrested nor detained as being wrongly speculated in some quarters.
Meanwhile, the Police and other security agencies are leaving no stone unturned at ensuring that the abducted school children are rescued.”