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Boko Haram Logistics Suppliers Arrested In Borno

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Four persons suspected to logistics suppliers to the dread Boko Haram terrorists group have been arrested by operatives of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Borno State.

This was made known on Thursday by the Borno State Commandant of the NSCDC, Ibrahim Abdullahi, while parading the suspects.

Abdullahi disclosed that the four suspected logistics suppliers were arrested with 34 jerrycans of fuel.

According to the NSCDC boss, one of the suspects, Usman Bapetel is the manager of a filling station in Husara village of Askira/Uba Local Government of Borno.

The rest comprising Alphonsus John, Nicholas Benjamin and Isaac Clement were arrested on Sept. 12, at Wastilla village in Michika Local Government Area in neighbouring Adamawa, NAN reports.

Ibrahim Abdullahi named 34 yellow jerrycans loaded with about 880 litres of fuel concealed in sacks and three motorcycles as exhibits recovered from the suspects.

Source: Naija News

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