- A former Kaduna central district lawmaker, Shehu Sani, has named some terror leaders in the northern region
- Sani alleged the terrorists are almost becoming household names, adding that they have been moving around freely
- The outspoken politician also noted that they granting interviews to radio stations and newspapers in Hausa language
Shehu Sani has identified the alleged topmost northern terror leaders who have been moving around freely and executing terrorist attacks.
Legit.ng gathered that the former Kaduna central district lawmaker made the disclosure in a tweet on Thursday, March 31.
Sani, who represented Kaduna Central in the 8th Senate named the topmost northern terror leaders as Bello Turji, Dogo Gide, Manjagara, and Balleri.
He also wondered how some terror leaders in the north, who are almost becoming household names have remained illusive for authorities to arrest.
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According to him, the alleged terror leaders go about granting interviews to radio stations and newspapers in Hausa language.
“Bello Turji, Dogo Gide, Manjagara and Balleri are the topmost northern terror leaders who have been granting Radio and papers interviews in our Hausa language, but remain illusive for authorities to arrest. I just don’t get it.”
Bandits barricade Kaduna-Abuja road? Kaduna government clarifies
Legit.ng previously reported that the Kaduna state government refuted a report that terrorists in large numbers reportedly blocked the Kaduna-Abuja road on Thursday afternoon, March 31.
Samuel Aruwan, the commissioner ministry of internal security and home affairs, in a statement shared on Twitter described the report as fake news.
Aruwan said the report in circulation was presented by a group of social media enthusiasts who celebrate negative news.
It was earlier reported that Shehu Sani said he got a call that bandits in large numbers blocked the Kaduna-Abuja road.
Nigerian Air Force jet kills armed bandits in Niger state, destroy their hideout
Meanwhile, the air component of Operation Thunder Strike and Operation Gama Aiki sent some Nigerian Air Force fighter jets to intercept and kill the miscreants moving in hundreds at Kusasau.
Some terrorists on motorcycles were seen moving towards the river line, using cattles’ as their shield in their hideouts.
Consequently, the outlaws were engaged decisively with rockets bringing effective and maximum damage to them and no movement was observed after the strike.