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JTF places N290m price on Boko Haram leaders’ heads

The Joint Task Force (JTF), Operation Restore Order, in Maiduguri, Borno State, has placed a price of N290 million on the heads of 19 members of the Boko Haram sect, including the group leader, Abubakar Shekau, while declaring the sect members wanted.

A release from the office of the spokesman of the JTF, Lt. Col. Sagir Musa, which is made available to journalists in Maiduguri, said the sect members were declared wanted in connection with terrorist activities, particularly in the North-East Zone of Nigeria that led to the killings, bombings and assassination of some civilians, religious leaders, traditional rulers, businessmen, politicians, civil servants and security personnel, among others.

It also said that the sect members were wanted for arson and destruction of properties worth of millions of naira, saying that anyone with information that could lead to the arrest of any of the listed terrorists or more would be duly rewarded.

Those on the JTF wanted list, who were described as Shura Committee and the prices placed on their heads, are: Abubakar Shekau N50 million; Habibu Yusuf (a.k.a Asalafi) N25 million; Khalid Albarnawai N25 million; Momodu Bama N25 million and Mohammed Zangina N25 million.

Others are, commanders of the Boko Haram sect operating at various commands within and outside Maiduguri like Abu Saad, N10 million; Abba Kaka N10 million, Abdulmalik Bama N10 million, Umar Fulata N10 million, Alhaji Mustapha (Massa) Ibrahim N10 million, Abubakar Suleiman-Habu (a.k.a Khalid) N10 million, Hassan Jazair N10 million, Ali Jalingo N10 million, Alhaji Musa Modu N10 million, Bashir Aketa N10 million, Abba Goroma N10 million, Ibrahim Bashir N10 million, Abubakar Zakariya N10 million, and Tukur Ahmed Mohammed N10 Million

The statement also said that anybody with relevant information should contact the following GSM numbers: 08064174066, 070855464012, and 08154429345 assuring that informants’ identities would be protected.

Via Punch

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