Suspected Boko Haram militants arrested in IDP camp in Borno


The Nigerian military has arrested two Boko Haram suspects,  Messrs Audu Umar and Hassan Umar, for smuggling themselves among the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) brought from Pulka to Gwoza IDPs’ camp in Borno State.

The PRNigeria reported that the male suspects are undergoing interrogation by the military and intelligence operatives.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian military is yet to confirm the speculation over the arrest of a Boko Haram kingspin, popularly known as Bashir Sarkin Yanka, which in Hausa means “Bashir the King of Slaughter.”

According to the Media Coordinator, Operation Lafiya Dole in the North-East, Air Commodore Dele Alonge, the military cannot confirm the arrest of “Shekau’s actor”.

Alonge, however, said that the military has sustained its counter-insurgency operations where some terrorists have been eliminated and others apprehended in the North-East.

He said: “As you are aware, the Nigerian military has succeeded in routing out terrorists from some of their hideouts in the North-East and in the process some were eliminated and others have been arrested.

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