Sect members arrested trying to enter Nigeria from Cameroon
Borno SEMA, in a statement issued on Saturday, July 1, 2017, said that 100 accomplices were also identified.
The agency, in a statement issued on Saturday, July 1, 2017, said that 100 accomplices were also identified.
According to Daily Post, Ahmed Satomi said “At least nine Boko Haram insurgents and 100 accomplices were identified among 920 Nigerian refugees who returned from Marwa in Cameroon on Wednesday.
“They were arrested during screening of the returnees at the (Nigerian) border town of Banki by security personnel.”
Meanwhile, troops waging war against Boko Haram have killed five members of the sect who were trying to steal food supplies in Borno state.
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