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Army Arrests Boko Haram Cameraman, 4 Others In Borno.


Photo; NAN

Photo; NAN

AS the presidential deadline of December closes in, the troops of the Nigerian military are making progress in bringing the Boko Haram menace to an end, as the chief cameraman of the group and four others have been arrested.

A statement from the spokesman of the Nigerian Army, Col. Sani Usman, said soldiers of the 28 Task Force apprehended one of the suspects, who is listed as number 58 of those wanted by the military, yesterday.

He said: “Vigilant troops of 28 Task Force Brigade today (yesterday) arrested another Boko Haram terrorist suspect, Abdullahi Abubakar Sadiq, believed that be the terrorists Chief Cameraman and suspect number 58 on the list of 100 suspected terrorists wanted list.”

He described the arrest as unprecedented, saying the suspect was arrested at Uba town in Askira/Uba Council of Borno State.

Similarly, in another operation, the troops also arrested two other suspected Boko Haram terrorists in two locations of Rumirgo and Kilakasa, also in Borno State.

Troops of the 7 Division had on Tuesday arrested an 11-year-old would-be suicide bomber waiting for instruction in one of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps, also said to be on the list of 100 most wanted terrorists.
It was gathered that the suspects are currently undergoing interrogation at an undisclosed military facility.

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