Monday, February 20, 2012

Another arrest ‘ll sink Boko Haram – Security agent

20 February 2012

ABUJA — CONTRARY to the image of invincibility woven around the Islamic terror group, Boko Haram in the media, the sect was not thoroughly organised and may be routed by security agencies with another major arrest, a reliable top source within the security apparatus in Abuja, disclosed yesterday.

According to the source, Boko Haram  was no longer as powerful as it used to be, before the arrest of its spokesman, Abu Qaqa and one of its foot soldiers, Kabiru Sokoto, whose arrest had led operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) to the arrest of several other members of the group who were in their planning council.

Revealing that from the statements and intelligence gathered from the arrested members, the SSS was close to routing  the group completely out of Nigeria, the source said: “We are on the winning side. We are very close to wiping them out completely as most of their top planners are already in our custody.

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