Uneasiness in Ogun as DSS captures top Boko Haram part

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Uneasiness in Ogun as DSS captures top Boko Haram part


Uneasiness in Ogun as DSS captures top Boko Haram part

The thought fear monger apparently migrated to Ogun from Katsina State.

Agents of the Department of State Security Service (DSS) have captured a thought top Boko Haram part in Ogun State, South West Nigeria.

Everyday Trust cited a dependable source who uncovered that the suspect was caught in the Ijaye area of Abeokuta.

The report said the improvement has made tension among inhabitants of the area.

The source likewise described how the dread suspect in the end surrendered to the unrivaled force of the DSS agents, having at first set up an obstruction.

As indicated by the news source, the thought psychological oppressor migrated to Abeokuta from Katsina state and took up a security work which he utilized as an imitation to assemble insight for fear monger assaults.

A security source likewise added that he moved to Abeokuta to lay out a psychological oppressors' cell for capturing and different types of dread exercises.

Following up on a knowledge, the weapon employing DSS agents raged his hideaway and cleared him out.

That's what the source uncovered, "It was anything but a simple ride. Insight and the finesse of God were adequate for the agents. There are as yet a significant number of them around, yet we are large and in charge."

Everyday Trust correspondence accumulated that the suspect is still in the authority of the DSS.

In the mean time, when reached, representative for the DSS, Dr Peter Afunanya, could neither denied nor affirmed the capture as his reaction to an instant message enquiry just read "No remark."

Essentially, the Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, kept any information from getting the turn of events.

This improvement comes scarcely seven days after a security report cautioned that psychological militants were wanting to do a planned assault in five states the nation over, including Lagos.


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