Nigerian Army releases names of insurgents on new Boko Haram wanted list

Nigerian Army releases names of insurgents on new Boko Haram wanted list

- A new list of wanted Boko Haram terrorists have been unveiled by the Nigerian Army

- Tukur Buratai, the Chief of Army Staff, released the list at a military event in Borno state

- According to Buratai, many terrorists in previous wanted lists released by the Army have been arrested

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The Nigerian Army has released a new list of 86 suspects wanted in connection with Boko Haram terrorist activities in the northeastern part of the country.

The Sun reported that the new list of the wanted insurgents was released on Wednesday, November 11, by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt Gen Tukur Buratai. gathers that the Army chief spoke about the list during the flag-off of operationalization of Civilian JTF into military Super Camps at Chabbal near Maiduguri, Borno state.

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Boko Haram: Nigerian Army releases names of terrorists on new wanted list
Nigerian Army releases new Boko Haram wanted list. Photo credit: The Sun
Source: UGC

He said the Army released the new list, the fourth in the batches of wanted Boko Haram, as part of the final push to end insurgency in the northeast.

Some of those that made the list include:

  1. Abubakar Shekau
  2. Abu Musan Al Barnawi
  3. Sulum
  4. Malkam Umar
  5. Mallam Bello Husba
  6. Abu Musab Barnawi
  7. Abu Imma
  8. Ibrahim Abu Maryam
  9. Baka
  10. Kwasari
  11. Mallam Yan Kolo
  12. Bana Gonna
  13. Mohammed Abu Maryam
  14. Abu Dardda

Buratai said the list will be made available at all Army formations and CJTF locations. He added that many insurgents in the previous wanted lists have been arrested and made to face the wrath of the law.

Meanwhile, the governor of Borno state, Babagana Zulum, also announced the donation of 100 motorcycles for the military.

He said the motorcycles should be injected into the military operations especially areas not accessible by vehicles.

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In another report, troops of the 192 Battalion of the Nigerian Army have been redeployed after five years of fighting the deadly Boko Haram insurgents under Operation Lafiya Dole.

A mini de-induction ceremony was organised to honour the 55 soldiers on Monday, November 9, at the Headquarters of the 7 Division in Maimalari Barracks in Maiduguri, Borno state.

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