The Special Military Task Force of Operation Safe Haven, OPSH, on Thursday debunked the report of the arrest of its Sector Commamder in Bokkos Local Government Area of Plateau State in connection with the recent attacks in the area.
This is according to a statement issued by Captain James Oya, the media officer of the OPSH in Jos.
Oya described the report as false, misleading and aimed at discrediting the efforts of the military and other security agencies in tackling the security challenges currently confronting the state.
“The report is not only baseless but a deliberate attempt to malign the reputation of our gallant troops and undermine the efforts OPSH, intended to bring those responsible for the reprehensible acts to justice.
”OPSH, a multi-agency security initiative, has been steadfastly addressing the recurring security challenges in Plateau and environs.
“The dedication and commitment of our troops remain unwavering in ensuring the safety and security of the affected communities,” he said.
The OPSH is a special military task force saddled with the responsibility of maintaining peace in Plateau and parts of Kaduna and Bauchi states.