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Suspected Boko Haram Insurgents Paraded In Borno



Suspected Boko Haram Insurgents (Photo Credit: The Nation)


About  22 suspected Boko Haram terrorists including eight men said to be responsible for the 2014 abduction of over 200 girls at Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok have been paraded by the Borno State Police Command.

The suspects who were arrested between July 4 and 9 by Special Forces deployed to the North East by the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris were paraded by the Commissioner of Police in the state Damian Chukwu.

Following the series of bombing and killings by unknown criminals suspected to be Boko Haram insurgents, the Inspector General of Police deployed the special forces to the region.

The police boss declared that the suspects were arrested in different communities in Yobe and Borno States.

Those allegedly responsible for the Chibok girls’ abduction and several murderous attacks were identified as Commander, Mayinta Modu (23), Adam Mohammed (20), Gujja Jidda (21), Mamman Wadi (25), Alhaji Modu Jidda (29), Ajiri Bulama Dungus (22), Mohammed Abba (20) and Fannami Mustapha (22).

The suspects who confessed to over 50 suicide bombings within Borno and Adamawa States, invasion of Bama, Gwoza and several other attacks,  admitted to killing thousands of innocent citizens including security agents in the North East.

He added that  police recovered 11 AK47 rifles and other weapons from the suspects.

Suspects narrated various roles each of them played. Amongst them are the commanders and coordinators of suicide bombings in Borno State, coordinator and members of the Chibok School Girls kidnapping, ambushes of security agents, logistics suppliers and receivers of gold, international currencies and cows, among others.

“Mayinta Modu, 23, alias Abor, confessed to being one of the Boko Haram commanders, who coordinated and led the kidnapping of the Chibok School girls in 2014 and several attacks on Bama, Gwoza and Mubi towns in Borno and Adamawa States.” he said.