Former Kaduna Senator, Shehu Sani has reacted to the security threat by terrorists in the nation's capital.
Sani said terrorists don’t reveal the date, place and time they would strike.
His comment is coming against the backdrop of security reports by the United States, United Kingdom, Canadian and Australian Embassies that there is an elevated risk of terror attacks in Nigeria’s capital city.
The warnings said attacks would be aimed at government buildings, places of worship, schools and other centres where large crowds gather.
Reacting, the former lawmaker observed the increased security presence in Abuja.
In a tweet, Sani urged Nigerians to be vigilant.
He tweeted: “Even though the FG dismissed the US security alert, I’ve noticed some increased security presence in the capital city.
Terrorists don’t announce the date, place and time they will strike. We must just keep vigilance.”