Another terrorist on wanted list arrested

The Chief of Army staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai has continually motivated the troops battling against the terrorists in the North-East region of Nigeria.

 

The list containing the names and pictures of 100 wanted Boko Haram sect members revealed by the Nigerian Army recently, has led to the arrest of several kingpins of the terror group.

Danladi Abdullahi, a suspected Boko Haram kingpin, on the terror watch list, has been arrested.

Speaking to newsmen,  the Nigerian Army spokesperson, Col. Sani Usman said “Although he is still being investigated, it has been positively established that he is suspect No. 26 on the list of the declared suspected Boko Haram terrorists issued by the Nigerian Army last month.”

Usman also said  “Following the release of the poster containing photographs of 100 suspected Boko Haram terrorists, security agencies and the public have intensified search for them.”

Chindo Bello and Ishaku Wardifen, are among the terrorists that were arrested since the poster was released.

The Chief of Army staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai has continually motivated the troops battling against the terrorists in the North-East region of Nigeria.

President Buhari recently visited Yola to assess the level of progress the military has made.He also decorated some wounded soldiers, and met with some internally displaced people.

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