One of the officers from the intelligence unit told PRNigeria that the suspected informant who is known as Goni Fandom had been on the watchlist of the security agencies since last year before he was finally arrested when he was spying on the camp of the military in Borno.
According to the source, it says, “After getting some of his numerous communication with top ISWAP fighters, the military trailed him to his hideout in Mainok axis where he was eventually arrested.
“He was among the several informants of the ISWAP terrorist on a monthly allowance of about N250,000 just for giving the terrorist gang information on the activities of the military like military posts and movements.
“Similarly, he updates the ISWAP terrorists with information of people travelling between Jakana and Auno as well as between Maiduguri and Damaturu
PRNigeria learnt that the military troops that arrested the informant were headed by one Major DY Chiwar.
May God strengthen our security agencies so that they will always overpower all criminal-minded individuals.
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