While admitting that the FCT is not as secured as everybody would want, the security outfit noted: “Yes we all read the report that bandits and robbers are planning to attack the FCT. We want to believe that those whose responsibility it is to handle it are still working round the clock.
Reacting to the killing of Gana, the group said: “As far as CISA is concerned, Gana’s death means that one terrorist is down, one gang leader is down, one vicious killer is down, one heartless killer is down. But, it is not in the interest of the country politicizing Gana’s death.
“Why did we not ask Americans why they did not grant amnesty or justice to Osama Bin Laden by taking him to court. Gana is a vicious terrorist. I care about the family he left behind, the souls he wasted, the children his actions have orphaned but my concern is that he will no longer kill because he has been killed,” he quipped.
“The second and even more important is the role played by human intelligence reports in the successful execution of the operation. CISA gathered that the human intelligence reports that led to this successful operation were processed from the information given to the troops by patriotic citizens in that locality.
“This news has once again brought to mind CISA’s constant appeal to Nigerians that all of us have one patriotic role or the other to play in the fight against terrorism and banditry in our country. For us in CISA, the battle against the enemies of our country is not the battle for our soldiers alone.
“All of us men and women of goodwill have a role to play in the defence of our dear country from the machinations of the adversaries. Passing useful information to our fighting forces that will help them take out the enemies is a noble and patriotic thing to do. In so doing, you would have contributed your own quota in the war against those who are intent on destroying our country.