Terrorists’ photographers arrested in Adamawa

The suspects are said to be experts in photography and videography who aid the terrorist sect in documenting its attacks on innocent citizens.

Nigerian troops in Adamawa State have arrested a group of suspects said to be professional cameramen for the Boko Haram sect.

The terrorists were reportedly arrested during a recent operation arranged for the purpose of tracking fleeing insurgents in the state.

The arrest has been confirmed by the Director of Defence Information, Chris Olukolade who said that cameras and weapons were seized from the apprehended suspects.


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