Nigerian Troops Arrest High Profile Boko Haram Terrorist in Borno

Troops of the Nigerian army’s operation of Sector 2 Joint Task Force North East Operation HADIN KAI (OPHK) have arrested a high profile Boko Haram member Yawi Modu in Borno State.

The troops also raided Boko Haram Improvised Explosive Devices materials hub in Damboa and Gashua Local Government Areas of Borno and Yobe States respectively.

In a statement by the Director, Army Public Relations, Brigadier-General Onyema Nwachukwu on Thursday, September 9 in Abuja, the operational feats were recorded following robust operations conducted by troops of OPHK.

The statement read, “Following a tip-off, a wanted BH/ISWAP terrorist, one Yawi Modu, who has been on the wanted list was nabbed along Damboa-Wajiroko road,”

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“Relatedly, troops have successfully busted a Urea Fertilizer syndicate known for supplying terrorists with IED materials. The market is believed to be the notorious hub for IED materials for BHT/ISWAP.

“These ISWAP criminals facing the reality of obvious depletion are desperately acquiring IED materials to make explosive devices with which to unleash terror on innocent civilians, in a bid to remain relevant and present a posture of potency.

“In the sting operation conducted, a total of Two Hundred and Eighty-One 50 Kg bags of Urea were recovered from the warehouses in the market and two notorious BHT distributors were also arrested.

“Recall that Urea fertilizer has been banned by Government because of its use as a major component for manufacturing IED by terrorists. The suspects and materials recovered are currently undergoing preliminary investigation.

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Nwachukwu said that the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya, has commended the vigilance and resilience of the troops and reassured them of his support in decisively tackling the Boko Haram/ISWAP terrorists.

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