By Our Editor
After further diligence and in view of unassailable facts, The Union Nigeria can authoritative report that there was no form of attack or kidnap in Genuine Estate, Gwarinpa.
The Union Nigeria by this report urge the public to disregard those details in the breaking story published on Monday 6, June 2022.
Rather, as published in the second report on Monday, 6 June 2022, the attack was an armed robbery attack in Efab Queens Estate, which stands as neighbour to Genuine Estate in Gwarinpa.
It was also confirmed that there was no form of kidnap in the Efab Queens attack.
In the same vein, the quick response of men of the Nigerian Police was able to curtail the nuances of the criminals.
The Union Nigeria by this report, apologises to the ever ready and hardworking Nigerian security organisations particularly the Nigerian Police Force, and wishes to state categorically that the report was, in no way, meant to belittle or demean their efforts.
Occupants of Genuine Estate and residents of Gwarinpa Estate and Abuja at large, are by this report urged to assuage their fears and go about their normal businesses as the Police was on top of every situation.
Meanwhile, the Divisional Police Officer, CSP Chinyere Akalaga, in charge of Galadima, Gwarinpa has reiterated the resolve to put all hands on deck for the safety of Gwarinpa residents.
She told The Union Nigeria, on friday that The Police would never sleep on its duty of securing the lives and property of Nigerians.