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BREAKING | Boko Haram Kingpin Arrested On His Way To Lagos

by on November 9, 2015
 

Security agencies have arrested one of the Boko Haram terrorists’ kingpins whose photograph is among the 100 wanted terror leaders published by the Army authorities in Maiduguri last month.

In a Statement issued by the army authorities, the suspect, Chindo Bello who was arrested when he boarded an aero contractor’s flight to Lagos by eagled eyed security operatives, has been handed over to the Directorate of Military Intelligence in Abuja.

  The statement signed by Colonel Sani Usman, Acting Director of Army Public Relations said, “The declaration of 100 suspected Boko Haram terrorists has started to pay the desired dividend as one of them was arrested as he attempted to flee.

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 “On Sunday, At Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, a man suspected to be one of the declared wanted suspected Boko Haram terrorists, Chindo Bello were apprehended by Aviation Security as he was boarding  an a plane to Lagos.

 “The suspect has since been handed over to the military intelligence for interrogation and prosecution.

 “We would like to thank those eagle eyed and patriotic security agents and good citizens for the tip-off that led to the arrest of the suspect.

 “The Nigerian Army would like to reiterate the need for all well-meaning Nigerians and those residing in our great country to be more vigilant and assist security agencies with information about the declared wanted terrorists, their sponsors and other criminals in our midst”

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Omolara Adegoke- Abuja

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