Information reaching us from the Nigerian Army has confirmed the arrest of a high profile Boko Haram terrorist by troops under the auspices of Operation Hadin Kai. The terrorist, Yawi Modu was arrested along Danboa - Wajiroko road in Borno State.
The report further revealed that a market that specialises in supplying terrorists with IED's was also busted by the troops. 81 bags of urea was reported recovered from the market, while 2 distributors were arrested. Recall that urea nitrate which was banned by the government is one of the major components used in making explosive devices. The culprits and exhibits are currently undergoing investigation.
The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya has commended the soldiers for a job well done and pledged to give his maximum support in the fight against terrorism.
Members of the public are admonished to support the military in their quest to conquer terrorism by providing them with vital information.
Photo Credit: Nigerian Army.
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