Wednesday , 20 September 2017

JTF Arrests 65 Terror Suspects, Kills 10 In Borno

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Special Forces have arrested 65 suspected Boko Haram members in Borno State as the emergency rule enters the third day.

Disclosing this on Saturday, the Director of Defence Information, Brig. Gen. Chris Olukolade, said that the insurgents were arrested while trying to escape from various camps taken over by security forces, adding that the JTF also recovered 11 vehicles, four tricycles and 24 handsets from the fleeing terror suspects.

Olukolade said all the suspects were being interrogated by the JTF, adding that troops had taken over several camps of the fleeing terror suspects.

“In continuation of the mission to rid the nation’s territories of insurgency activities, the Special Forces have apprehended 65 persons confirmed to be terrorists as they made attempt to infiltrate Maiduguri while fleeing from various camps now under attack.

“A total of 11 vehicles, four tricycles and 24 handsets were also seized in the process. All the suspects are in custody of Joint Task Force and are currently being interrogated.

“Meanwhile, many of the camps of the terrorists have been found deserted by fleeing insurgents when troops of the Special Task Force stormed the localities. The facilities have been occupied by troops.

“All the suspects are in custody of Joint Task Force and are currently being interrogated.”

Olukolade added that 10 suspected Boko Haram members were killed in a gun duel with the force at Gamboru Ngala, Borno State. The terror suspects were dislodged while carrying out attacks on innocent citizens in the area.

Assorted weapons including Rocket Propelled Grenade launchers, rifles, ammunition, and magazines were recovered from the militants, he said.

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7 comments

  1. I will recommend any one of these punishments for all the BOKO HARAM terrorists: life in prison or let their hands be cut off so that they will not use their fingers next time again!

  2. My tym is up,4 d bible says dat d prayers of d righteous availeth much,our God answereth prayers so i believe he is at work.Gud work His Excellency

  3. i mean there tym is up.God bless u

  4. Kudos to JTF may d Allmighty God c u 2ru in carying dat operation.

  5. Yes,dat’s gud.gooluck go,on soun.

  6. There is time for everything,time for revenge is here.Surrender your weapons for annesty my friends,the government is angry now.

  7. Kudos to the JTF who put there life on line for the peace of nigeria. I suggest that since there mission is to kill and to destroy, they should be destroyed. The boko harams do not spare anyone that comes there way hence they should not be spare. Remember if you arrest and detain them they will regroup to attend either the prison or where they are being detained, that is why we have the cases of police station attack and prison break.

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