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Army woos the public over wanted top Boko Haram terrorists

By News Express on 30/10/2015

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The Nigerian Army yesterday released photographs of over 100 top Boko Haram terrorists declared wanted.

The Army Spokesperson, Colonel Sani Usman Kukasheka said the photographs of 100 suspected Boko Haram terrorists was to enable the public to assist with information on the suspects.

The military is therefore asking members of the public with information about any of them to report to security agents.

Col. Usman told News Express that the pictures were gathered from various sources, including video footages seized at overrun camps, surrendering terrorists and other sundry sources.

A PRNigeria report also quoted an intelligence source as saying: “Some of the suspects were actively involved in grievous atrocities against humanity from the recovered footages and testimonies from survivors and captured terrorists.”



Source News Express

Posted 30/10/2015 04:15:13 AM





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