Military Arrest Suspected Boko Haram Terrorists’ InformantsFeatured, Latest News, News Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015
By Mustapha Abdul Salaam
BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Defence Headquarters (DHQ) Wednesday indicated troops Tuesday cleared two Boko Haram terrorists camps at Jangurori and Bulatori villages, as well as arrested today, 43 suspected Boko Haram militants, including a kingpins in the area, named Bulama Modu who doubles as ‘Amir’ of Bulakuri.
In addition, Military also confirmed that the troops rescued 241 women and children during the operations.
DHQ’s statement confirmed that one of the terrorists, identified as Mohammed Modu led troops to where he buried his AK-47 rifle at Jangurori village, adding apart from arm and ammunitions, bows and arrows were also recovered from him.
Bulama Modu, DHQ also explained that Boko Haram gave him a horse to enhance his deadly pursuits.
In the same vein, Defence said troops have arrested one suspected Boko Haram terrorist, known as Aji Gambo, at Wudla village who revealed that the Boko Haram terrorists that attacked Kirawa and Kolofata in the northern part of Cameroon were from Dara Jamel village Nigeria, as well as have an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) factory there.
Gambo was also said to have confessed that the suicide bombers and the IED were prepared by one Abdulrahaman Alkali Isa, Ba’ana Hisuba and Alkali Isa Karami, both, natives of Dara Jamel, but claimed they have fled to Sumbulum village.
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