How DSS arrested Boko Haram members in Lagos

How DSS arrested Boko Haram members in Lagos

DSS says it has captured some fleeing members of the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists in the country.

The secret service said its operatives arrested 4 fleeing Boko Haram members on 10 in Oko-Oba area of Lagos state.

The suspects picked up in Lagos were identified as Fanayi Bukar Hassan, Butame Hassan, Kologoni Bukar, and Amina Abubakar.

They were suspected to have fled to Lagos state to evade arrest in the ongoing military offensive in the North East.

The service also said she arrested a Boko Haram kingpin of in Okene town, Adavi LGA, Kogi State.

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The arrested fellow, Abdullahi Mohammed, is the leader of the sect in Okene.

DSS also said two fleeing Boko Haram terrorists were arrested at Mutum Biyu in Gassol LGA, Taraba State.

The suspects, Bale Kolomi and Kolomi Adba-AJI were arrested in a mosque after they had fled Marte, Borno State.

On 7 January, one Muhammad AUWAL was arrested at Andaza village, Kiyawa LGA of Bauchi State.

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Similarly, Abdulkarim Dahiru, an indigene of Okengwa, Okene LGA of Kogi State, was arrested at the Specialist Hospital, Lokoja.

The suspect was identified as the main coordinator of several kidnappings as well as other robbery activities in Kogi and Edo States.

The service reported that security operations conducted from 3 to 7 January, across some flashpoints in Lagos State, led to the arrest of seven kidnap suspects.