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Soldiers Arrest Dangerous Female Terrorist With AK-47, Other Weapons



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A suspected dangerous female bandit identified as Zainab Abubakar has been arrested by troops of the Nigerian Army at the Ungwan Salaha, Mararaban Jos community, in the Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

The arrest has been confirmed by the Nigerian Army Operations Media Coordinator, Col. Aminu Iliyasu who added that preliminary checks into the suspect’s phone “revealed a video clip of her dancing with an AK-47 rifle hung on her neck.”

Naija News understands she was arrested on Monday by troops of the 1 Division Garrison under the Operation Mesa.

Confirming the arrest to newsmen on Thursday, Col. Iliyasu said, “Troops of the 1 Division Garrison have arrested a female bandit at Ungwan Salaha in Mararaban Jos. Preliminary checks into her phone revealed a video clip of the suspect dancing with an AK-47 rifle hung on her neck during a social event.

“The same troops on a reconnaissance patrol around Kirsa Village in Anka LGA of Zamfara accosted a motorcyclist conveying a young woman.

“However, the rider abandoned the motorcycle and the lady and ran into a nearby bush.

“After the encounter, troops arrested the lady, recovered one AK-47 rifle, one AK-47 rifle magazine loaded with 30 rounds of 7.62mm special ammunition and a Honda motorcycle.

Meanwhile, troops of 1 Division Garrison have also rescued some victims who were earlier kidnapped from Niger State.

Several weapons, mobile phones, food items, and other logistics were also recovered from the bandits who escaped into the forest.

“Similarly, on February 25, 2020, troops of 1 Division Garrison, acting on credible information, intercepted a group of bandits who had earlier kidnapped some victims from Niger State.

“Consequently, the troops made contact with the bandits at Chikwale in Kachia LGA of Kaduna State. The criminal bandits abandoned their victims and beat a hasty retreat into the nearby forest.

“One of the victims, Mr Abubakar, was rescued, while the troops recovered two AK-47 rifle magazines, one military pullover, 36 mobile phones, two solar panels and three bags containing clothes and food condiments,” the army statement reads.

Source: Naija News

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